they still dry clear. I know how hard it was for the engineers at the paint companies to get all this to work.”
What I found most interesting in Regina though, was her demeanor. She was very straightforward when I asked her about her preference in materials: her cat was rolling around in the acrylic strings, so she had to switch over to inks and markers.
So too, was she upfront when I asked her advice for artists trying to get into galleries: “There’s a huge amateur community. There’s a lot of things pretending to be resources, but they’re really for hobbyists. They’re not launching pads or stepping-stones for semi-professionals. They make a tremendous amount of noise and take up space…