For Wednesdays class I interviewed artist, Alice Andreini, who’s gallery was NO-MANS LAND. I was amazed looking at the paintings they were huge, and with each one I saw different images but all were landscapes. I saw the moon, a cave, and fields of grass. Each painting was abstract that had lines that made it looks like tiles that seemed so real you wanted to reach out and touch it. I thought they were lovely that you could stare at them for awhile. Alice got the idea of the paintings from a golf course. But didn’t want it to represent a golf course. Alice was an art teacher she always loved art but never actually persuaded it. But now she is which is fascinating. Alice will graduate in the spring would like to continue teaching and continuing her practice.