Let me be your artist in residence

by     /    April 18, 2007   

If you are a nature-focused organization looking for its own artist in residence, I’d like to offer my services. My fine art photography explores our relationship to the natural environment through meditative abstractions of fallen leaves, sticks, and seeds. By bringing organic colors and themes into your work environment, my artwork reinforces your organization’s connection and dedication to the environment. My abstract, dreamlike images encourage people to actively discuss how they see and understand the environment.

Abstract macro photograph of bark that has peeled off a tree. ©Daniel Sroka.

Abstract macro photograph of moss that has peeled off a tree.

How’s that for a sales pitch? 🙂 Oh, you’re not sure what I am talking about? Well, once again, Seth uncovers a brilliant idea: corporations who hire an artist in residence. Lately I’ve been working on new ideas of how to promote my art, and this idea fits in perfectly. Since my art focuses on nature, and on seeing the everyday natural world with new eyes, I think I’d be a perfect match for an organization that focused on environmental issues or a company who’s products were strongly connected with the nature. Now, let’s see, where can I find find these kinds of organizations…..

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Comments on 'Let me be your artist in residence'

paula  (April 18th, 2007):

I think you would have a great chance at that. I can see your work in a nice architecture firm or some upscale place. Thanks for this post, its good to have ideas bounced around. good luck!

Marie Thompson  (April 18th, 2007):

Dan, You have a great idea. I can imagine that an environmental organization will certainly contact you. Good luck!

Marie Thompson

Mindy Stricke  (April 20th, 2007):

Great idea. This is a great example of a way to think out of the box when it comes to figuring out a way to sustain our art.

Mark  (April 23rd, 2007):

I have done a couple of offices now with a similar approach. Many are looking for local artists for interior decor. Your work is certainly a great fit for this market.