Mentorship without mega egos

Thanks every one,  the reason for blogging about this subject is that  I was rather incensed at the discussion from a Textile Art  group through their emails and I feel better that it isn't on my computer any more.

It wasn't a personal situation, on the whole  artists in every genre respect each other for the amazing things they do.

I have a choice to be part of what that group stands for, but I find I can no longer add my support.

It reminds me of the documentary about the blue eye, brown eye experiment.

If you haven't seen this documentary before.. you can watch it online. It's thought provoking.


4 Comments Add yours

  1. lisa says:

    Coincidentally, I hit the unsubscribe link on the same site yesterday. Enough was enough.

  2. Doesn’t sound like a fun group to be in. I join groups to learn and share, not to be ostracized.
    I make all types of quilts and art quilts and my work is always a bit of a mess or crooked, but it makes me happy, so I continue to create.

  3. Groups usually mean sharing of ideas and whole lot of learning.

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