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Roger Feldman Artists’ Talk

Roger Feldman Artists’ Talk
October 30, 4:00 p.m.
Mitchell Auditorium

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  1. Dan Gleason permalink
    October 31, 2009 12:38 am

    I enjoyed hearing Roger speak today about his art pieces, how he came to art, and how it has played a role in his life.

    I find it refreshing to listen to people who enjoy what they do…that it isn’t just a job, it is part of their lives, soul, and who they are to the world.

    I found it quite interesting how reading C.S. Lewis (The Chronicles of Narnia specifically) brought Roger back to art and rekindled his passions to become an artist.

    His insight into each of his pieces, the language and life that they have, was unique to hear and made me think of what I do. I love to write poetry, and in a similar way to what Roger does, putting words to the energy I have about life can be invigorating.

    I would have loved to hear Roger speak more about how art has become such a part of his identity and soul, but perhaps the brief glimpse that he so generously gave today was all the audience needed because the rest can be found in studying his work.

  2. November 3, 2009 11:22 pm

    I enjoyed this. The difference in the art from across the world – it’s very compelling. I like the ones that used the teabags – very creative. I wouldn’t say I’m much for the “theological aspects” behind each piece, but I definitely think they’re eye-catching. Bravo, well done, and encore.

  3. Courtney Harsy permalink
    November 3, 2009 11:22 pm

    I thought that this exhibit was very interesting. I was particularly struck by all the different media used in response to the same trip/set of experiences. I believe it implies that no matter how similar people are, they will still react differently to the same stimuli.

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