Art Show Poll – Round #1

30 March: The polls are now closed. Thanks to everyone who voted!

It seems this week is all about decision making (and forcing you to help me in those decisions). First, there was yesterday’s writing quandary. Now today I’m asking you to take part in the first poll to help me decide which pieces will be mounted on the gallery wall in my upcoming show.

As you know from my going on and on (and on!) about it, I need seven to nine pieces for this show. Because my work tends toward the small side, I imagine I will need the full nine bits of artwork.

I’m currently working on the final pieces, but that’s no reason to start making some choices as early as possible (plus I need to get the label sheet off to the event coordinator by the middle of next week).

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Round One: The Cars

No, not the band from the eighties (although they did have some catchy tunes), but the series of three cars I recently completed. Of the three I only have room for two of these and it’s up to you to pick which two you think are best.

The choices are the blue ribbon-winning “Yellow Car;” “Blue Car;” and “Red Car.”

Vote away! 

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colored pencil, colored pencil art, art, drawing, classic car

Of course, you can comment regardless of which answer you choose, but if you select “None of the above/Other” I’d REALLY appreciate it if you could leave some thoughts on your choice. Thanks everyone!!

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TAMMIE PAINTER IS THE AUTHOR OF THE TRIALS OF HERCULES: BOOK ONE OF THE OSTERIA CHRONICLES AND AN ARTIST WHO DEDICATES HERSELF TO THE TEDIUM OF CREATING IMAGES WITH COLORED PENCIL. 

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7 thoughts on “Art Show Poll – Round #1

  1. LaVelle says:

    Hard choice because each has its own beauty–the red one with the reflection is beautiful, the blue one just really stands out, and the yellow one has great detail and color–will be interesting to see which one gets the votes..

  2. crawcraftsbeasties says:

    Oh wow, I can see why you’re getting us to help you with this decision! After much thought, I’ve made one… But know that it was a close-run thing, and you have 3 great pieces that could all be included in your upcoming show!

  3. David Anderson says:

    That is a tough one but if I had to choose two, they would be yellow and blue.

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