Janet Echelman Quotes

Top 11 wise famous quotes and sayings by Janet Echelman

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Janet Echelman quotes: The spaces I want to be in are nurturing and soft and saturated with color. Our cities don't have enough of that, and as humans we need it. The spaces I want to be in are nurturing and soft and saturated with color. Our cities don't have enough of that, and as humans we need it.
Janet Echelman quotes: My whole career I've been interested by the distinction between an emotional and an intellectual response to an artwork. My whole career I've been interested by the distinction between an emotional and an intellectual response to an artwork.
Janet Echelman quotes: I believe that public space should be intentional: it should be obvious that you belong. I believe that public space should be intentional: it should be obvious that you belong.
Janet Echelman quotes: It's good for art to make us think, to give us a shared experience that creates a dialogue, makes us talk to each other, including strangers. It's good for art to make us think, to give us a shared experience that creates a dialogue, makes us talk to each other, including strangers.
Janet Echelman quotes: My sculpture thrives in the context of the city, interacting with people in the course of their daily lives. My sculpture thrives in the context of the city, interacting with people in the course of their daily lives.
Janet Echelman quotes: You can't stumble upon something new and wonderful if you don't have time to stumble. You can't stumble upon something new and wonderful if you don't have time to stumble.
Janet Echelman quotes: I pay two full-time assistants in my studio, plus consultants who are architects, engineers, and landscape architects, as well as lighting designers. I pay two full-time assistants in my studio, plus consultants who are architects, engineers, and landscape architects, as well as lighting designers.
Janet Echelman quotes: The most powerful part of the art is experiential, yet it's the hardest to describe because it's nonverbal. The most powerful part of the art is experiential, yet it's the hardest to describe because it's nonverbal.