2.19.2008

Thank You!

Many of you wrote in to congratulate us for being yesterday's Blog of Note. I just want to take a moment today to thank all of you for stopping by and for the kind comments that you left. I also want to thank those of you who have left comments that challenge some of our posts. To me, art is about challenging ideas and raising questions - and so should be art education. If you're a new reader or seasoned revolutionary, I hope you'll continue to do so.

Thank you!

9 Comments:

  1. Bigmodo said...
    I've always hated a carrot before but your article has inspired me. I will taste one tomorrow
    paultshafer said...
    Love the site. Very sharp with the black background and the vivid color images. My only challenge was that it seemed to take some extra time for the page to load. Anyway, just checking out some sites to get some ideas. Keep up the great work!

    Paul :)
    optimalwell.blogspot.com
    Twin Draft Guard Review said...
    Very original site, it definitely is worthy of a note :). Congratulations you should be proud!
    Twinklescrapbooks said...
    I love your blog. Congrats!!! :)
    Anonymous said...
    http://fishmonks.blogspot.com/
    Jeeberman said...
    I thought you might want to put some useful widgets on your blog.
    bint alshamsa said...
    I also found you through Blogs of Note. My daughter is an artist and since I am not, I'm always on the lookout for art sites that we can sit down and talk about together. I can't wait to show her this one on tomorrow. I just know she'll love it as much as I do!
    William Wren said...
    mao was 70 per cent good and 30 percent bad for china
    dsgran said...
    @bigmodo : Hmmmm... perhaps our focus should be art education & nutrition!

    @paul : that's strange- i'm in china so it always takes long for me to load, but i'll have to check it out next time i'm back in the states- thanks for the heads up!

    @twin draft, twinklescraps- again, thanks!

    @bint alshamsa - great! i'd love to know how that conversation goes. That's the kind of response that keeps me going. thank you!

    @william - um. ok!

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