Monday, March 25, 2013

Things you wanted to know, but were afraid to ask ... an open invitation

Over the years, I believe that both Side B and I have been surprised by some of the questions we've received - both from fans of our work & fellow artists, not to mention family and friends.   Quite a few people have written to me about our blog posts thus far (thanks for all the kind comments and suggestions!!) and I hear over and over that they had always wondered about some of our topics, but were afraid to ask.   

So, we thought it would be fun to open the floor to our readers - especially to the shy ones who wonder without asking or commenting!   Consider this to be your open invitation to ask us anything ... we'll be compiling your questions for a future post and hopefully some very interesting discussions!   You can email your questions to us here at  ... we'll be leaving all our interrogators shadowed in  anonymity, so don't hold back!!  As the adage goes - curiosity killed the cat ... but satisfaction brought her back! 

In the meantime, we are curious about what topics you'd like to see covered in future posts, so don't be shy about making suggestions on that front as well :-)  One of our deepest reasons for producing this blog in the first place is that it offers us more interaction and inspiration than just posting an artistic monologue on our respective websites!   

We'll leave you with a final thought since spring is racing our way ... isn't the play of sunshine on silky skin simply delicious?!   

Desert Beauty - 032513 - Miz B

1 comment:

  1. Gads, Crickets! ;)

    MB - Which do you prefer, in front of, or behind the camera? What do you gain from modeling?

    MBSB - Do you prefer location or studio shoots? What other types of photography do you enjoy? Do you feel your art separates you from a portion of society and (if so) how do you deal with it?

    I'll add to the list as I think of things.


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