This article is the third in a series of articles that explore the art of trippy photography.
You can find more about it at: trippy,art,artists,artistic trippy article I have recently had the privilege of attending the American Society of Magazine Arts’ Annual Meeting in Atlanta.
I attended the meeting to talk with some of the editors and publishers and to discuss my book Trippy Art and other creative writing projects.
While attending the meeting, I was reminded that there are many people out there who would love to see me do the same.
In the past few months, I have been working on a book of essays.
It’s titled Trippy Artists: Artists who make the most of their time and talents, with some artworks being of great interest to me as well as some that I’m more interested in.
I think it’s time to bring the trippy work out into the open and share it with the world.
This is a very important time for us to do that.
We need to get the word out and get the recognition that the art community deserves.
We are going to start a fundraiser, a fundraiser for the National Endowment for the Arts, which is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, to get a lot of the money raised to go to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to help fund research and medical research into the causes of cancer and other illnesses.
The idea is to get enough money to buy a few small, expensive microscopes for cancer patients, so they can get their very first look at the work.
That will allow us to get them up and running.
And it will give the public the chance to hear the story of a great artist who is working to make the art that we love.
We can’t get enough of these amazing works of art that are being made all around us.
This article first appeared on The Art Newspaper website.