A couple of years ago, I was interviewing for a job at an art school.
I was really nervous about the interview.
My friends and I were all excited about this opportunity.
But I was worried.
I remember one of the things that was really important to me about the job was that it was something that I could relate to.
The job required me to go to a small gallery in Los Angeles and participate in the gallery’s exhibitions.
This was something I had never done before.
And the only other thing that I had ever done in my life was as a painter.
So, I felt like I had to get the hang of it.
That was a good first step.
But now I’m in the business of selling artwork.
I’m a very small-business person, so I don’t have the time to do the whole thing in my time.
But that’s part of the process that I’m trying to embrace.
My main goal is to become a successful artist.
I feel like I have the experience and I have a good idea of what I want to do.
And so far, that’s what I’m really looking forward to.
The Art of Art in Action is a weekly column by Chris Haines that explores the intersection of art and technology, culture and technology.