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www.jamesinscho.com small sampling of my work up to this past summer.

Good thinking, been so curious. www.adelmanart.com made the site myself... it is not great.

http://gondolagondola.com/

Your BFA thesis works are incredible--the photos actually made me wish I could have seen the show in person. Great work!

Thanks! I really appreciate that, i've been quite intimidated by y'alls work !

Also...the way you paint is beautiful! very raw, really enjoyed 'Hello Pink Roses' and 'Goodbye to the sailors'

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Still working on my website, and I'll post a link to it when it's finished. In the meantime, most of my recent works can be viewed here:

http://www.behance.n...uistics/1029033

I would definitely appreciate any feedback, good and bad :)

Still working on my website, and I'll post a link to it when it's finished. In the meantime, most of my recent works can be viewed here:

http://www.behance.n...uistics/1029033

I would definitely appreciate any feedback, good and bad :)

I really enjoyed viewing your work...everything from your style, use of color, the subject matter...everything. You have a strong use of contrast and depth. I especially liked the dripping of paint in the background...ever so slightly there, a mix of playful expression combined with the realism of the leaves. Not an easy thing to do and it works...it makes sense. Thank you for sharing.

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I really enjoyed viewing your work...everything from your style, use of color, the subject matter...everything. You have a strong use of contrast and depth. I especially liked the dripping of paint in the background...ever so slightly there, a mix of playful expression combined with the realism of the leaves. Not an easy thing to do and it works...it makes sense. Thank you for sharing.

Thanks Ebonie! I'm glad you liked it!

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Hi everyone,

I think a number of people here have already seen my work (photography), but if anyone else would like a look here's the link:

http://claritalulic.com/

I'd love to hear if anyone has any Q's about the work, or any concerns or issues it raises? I'm prepping for a few interviews so it would be really useful for me. Also if you have any issues with the website or there's any details you find are missing there which would be useful I'd like to know too, please don't hesitate to PM me if you prefer...

Thanks!

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Hi everyone,

I think a number of people here have already seen my work (photography), but if anyone else would like a look here's the link:

http://claritalulic.com/

I'd love to hear if anyone has any Q's about the work, or any concerns or issues it raises? I'm prepping for a few interviews so it would be really useful for me. Also if you have any issues with the website or there's any details you find are missing there which would be useful I'd like to know too, please don't hesitate to PM me if you prefer...

Thanks!

It really kills me in a good way how unhappy you look in some of the images where you are the staff photographer on the cruise line. I'm sure that having to take such boring staged photos of couples was tough. I really enjoy the autobiographical nature of the work and the strong emotions. I think it is quite brilliant. Be prepared to mention a few famous photographers whose work is also autobiographical. Be prepared to answer how you think your work will grow from where it is now while in grad school.

Your website looks great. The logo is fantastic - I may steal that idea in the future. :) You may consider adding an artist's resume or a cv to your website. Scratch that - I do see that you have an "exhibitions" page. You may consider changing that to the name "CV" or "Artist Resume" and then changing it slightly by moving the education to the top and adding more information if available. The College Art Association has links to guidelines for resumes and cv's on this page: http://www.collegeart.org/guidelines/

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