Monday, September 14, 2009

Interview/Who?

Steve Loya (artist, arts educator and monster maven) has interviewed me for his artist spotlight on his blog goflyingturtle (now there's an image - I realize I mentioned feeling like a turtle that wanted wings earlier today to a correspondent...now realizing where I got the idea from). Anyway, the last question Steve had for me was "who would you most like to meet and why?". That person is pictured above.

Who would you most like to meet? Please note: This is not Tiny Tim. See here. Polyester trousers should always be bright red.

18 comments:

steve said...

Susan, thanks so much! The interview was a real treat to read, and more people should know about your work.

As for who I'd like to meet, it would have to be a toss up between Richard D. James and Louise Hay.

Kay said...

Well, you are remarkable, how bout you? ;)

Don said...

I read the interview. Really good. As for your question...Salvador Dali.

Ladrón de Basura (a.k.a. Junk Thief) said...

A great interview and overview of your work. I like the idea of bloggers interviewing each other.

tony said...

Congratulations Susan.
(*scratches head*) Hey.Groucho Marx I Think.......

Coffee Messiah said...

Nice interview and interesting to read more on how you're thinking.

I must admit, at 1st glance, I thought it was Tiny Tim ; )

I saw him once @ San Jose State in the 70s playing with Jackson Browne.
I still have an album by Kaleidoscope where he played banjo and an incredible world music song called:Seven Ate Sweet and is still among my favorites. KSAN played them all ; )

Cheers!

Caio Fernandes said...

i saw the intreview and it was incredible .
Steve seems to be a very nice and cool guy .
and you are full of delictful surprises !
see you !!!

jude said...

..." i don't know how to avoid it.." that was my favorite line.

ger said...

...mine, too...

bindu said...

That's great! It was nice to go over there and again see some of your work that I really like. I'd most like to meet Dian Fossey and hope that some of her courage and passion rub off on me. It's not possible any more, so I'll say Jane Goodall, who is as inspiring!

mum said...

I loved the interview and the artwork. Steve was a discovery for me - thank you for that.

I can't make up my mind who I would most want to meet - only one? I'll have to take it under advisement.

Eva said...

I like the sensitive way of putting the questions. I agree with Steve that your work should be known by more people.

I'd like to meet Marilyn Manson.

ArtSparker said...

Eva - Marilyn Manson was interviewed for about 10 minutes, as I recall, for Fahrenheit 911. He seemed extremely pragmatic.

ArtSparker said...

Thank you, Kay.

California Girl said...

Tiny Tim? hahahahaha!

I would most like to meet Robert Redford. I admire him and I love him. always have. always will.

ArtSparker said...

CG - not Tiny Tim, Mr. Dave.

aleph said...

He certainly knows how to ask!, and that´s quite an art, that of posing the right questions for the other to be revealed, somehow. I´d like to meet Tatlin, Tatlin while working on the III International Monument/Building.

justdoodleit said...

The interview and the artwork posted alongside, were both really interesting.