Episode 122: Ahhhh! We Are Seeing Triple!

OK, not really, but The Gals are talking about triptychs this week and that is kind of like seeing triple. While you learn what a triptych is and a bit on the history of this technique, Katie and Loni will also explain why they are so much more than the cheesy lobby art you so often see, as well as give you some fun ideas on ways you can use this yourself.

You can listen to this week’s episode by clicking here.

Go look at the pretty Pintrest board for this episode here.

Here is a nice article about triptychs and why they are so appealing successful we found on Art & Fine Art Tips with Lori McNee.

Katie mentioned photographer Adde Adesokan and his series “Triptychs of Strangers”. It is wonderful and we think you will love it. 123 Inspiration did a great article on him where you can see examples of this series so make sure you check that out.

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Next week The Gals are going to get to the bottom of the mystery that is raffia, so until then… make some cool shit, yo!

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