My Artist’s “Walk and Talk” on YouTube

My Artist’s “Walk and Talk” on YouTube
My Artist's "Walk and Talk" on YouTube

The Golden Hour (monoprint collage) by Polly Castor

As part of winning an award at the 40th annual Ridgefield Guild of Artist’s Juried show (shown here on this blog), I was asked, along with other award winners, to be part of the show’s “Artist’s Walk and Talk.” The purpose of the presentation was to get to know the artists, and hear a bit about their background and process. This casual occasion was videoed by the Cultural Alliance of Fairfield County, who put it on Youtube. 

If you want to see that video, you can watch it here. It is about eleven minutes long. It doesn’t really say anything you blog readers don’t already know, but you are free to check it out if you wish. If you do, let me know what you think!

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2 Comments

  1. Heidi Smith 2 months ago

    Awesome! Enjoyed this!

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