Being an artist doesn’t take much, just everything you got. Which means, of course, that as the process is giving you life, it is also bringing you closer to death. But it’s no big deal. They are one in the same and cannot be avoided or denied. So when I totally embrace this process, this life/death, and abandon myself to it, I transcend all this meaningless gibberish and hang out with the gods. It seems to me that that is worth the price of admission.
Handy, but I prefer to view them at my leisure, while reading captions and comments. You might consider just three or four “teaser” pictures on your R&C home page.
Dear Howlcram, As the late, great Graham Chapman used to say … “shut up, critic!”
You err. I’m not a critic. I merely suggested. But thank you for thinking of me, I get lonely sometimes. Yes, Graham Chapman was great. Unfortunately he died prematurely; apparently because he opened his mouth at inappropriate times and places.
Although I prefer to view them at my leisure, I’ve changed my opinion about the changing slides: They add excitement to the site and should entice the casual viewer to explore it further. This, obviously, is my-trying-to-be-humble-opinion.