Have you ever faked an appreciation for a work of art?
Asked in Parking Lot B at Monterey Peninsula College.
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Follow-up: What’s the most creative thing you have done lately?
RICHARD FREEMAN | Retired doctor | Pacific Grove
A: I am now 75 years old. I can’t remember, but I am sure I did in my youth. I have learned over the years not to judge a piece of art on first sight. Often with time, a piece of art will grow on you.
Ceramic Class: A simple piece of pottery.
EMILY PARKER | Sales rep | Pacific Grove
A: Yes. I faked it to make myself sound more intelligent.
Slice of Color: I drew a piece of cake on a paper plate. However, I am no artist.
ZACK LOHR | Student | Pacific Grove
A: No. I stray away from that kind of thing. I wouldn’t compromise myself that way.
Badda Boom: A little music endeavor I put together. It has African drums, electronic synthesizers, and samplers.