You know the scenario. You’re in the museum heading to the next wing and overhear someone say, “I could have painted that.” Then you realize the viewer is in front of Helen Frankenthaler’s Canyon, painted in 1965. I just smile, roll my eyes and head to view Picasso’s work. Sure, sure, some of these masters’ works looks as if the artist blindly tossed paint on a canvas, but that “tossing” comes with years of experience. My clients do what they can in-house, but turn to my design sense when they want to take an idea further and respect my design capabilities.
Know when to toss your own paint and when you should collaborate. Ciao, Lynne