Thursday, February 23, 2012

Interview

I was contacted recently by Autumn Kindlespire, who did some work on my book "Adventures in Mixed Media".  She is now working for a Ottlight, a company that makes really good indoor task lighting, perfect for artists.  She asked to interview me for their blog.  So here it is!  I'm not going to recommend Ottlight lightning until I've had a chance to try it.  Just wanted to give you the opportunity to see the interview if you are interested.

7 comments:

  1. Ottlights are amazing. Great for letting you see true colour and invaluable if you're doing a lot of hand stitching or reading because it's much easier on your eyes.

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  2. I live in the Northwest - we could not read, do art, or anything which requires good lighting without our OTT lights. We have desktops and floor lamps.

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  3. Great interview Jane! I had no idea of the complexity of your own art-making journey...thanks for sharing that! It is very inspirational! carissa

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  4. I enjoyed reading your interview - and I'm glad to see you getting the spotlight! You can feel very comfortable being on an Ott light interview. Right now I have three of them in my studio and another by the computer in my study. Even in my basement work room, I feel as if I have pure daylight to work in. They really are wonderful lights - can't imagine working with color without them.

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  5. I enjoyed the interview. Interesting and something to think about. I love my Ott light, too.

    ~Faith
    Airy Nothing

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  6. I, too, enjoy my OTT light over my studio table, but I have to share a surprising discovery. When taking a photo class I had to photograph a white object in varying lights with and without using the color correction light settings on the camera. So I carried my white soup tureen around the house and outside in various weather and placed it under various household lamps. The differences in color were amazing, especially so when under the OTT light my white soup tureen turned GREEN. So, for those of you who really need to match colors, you might conduct some similar experiments with your lights--just to see what's really going on.

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