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Top Ten Featured Artist: Mia Tavonatti

[ArtPrize 2011 1st Place winner] In this audio interview, Mia Tavonatti tells how inspiring stories from viewers cancel out any negative criticism of religious art.
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Mia Tavonatti answers The Rapidian's five artist questions about her piece, Crucifixion:

1.  How did you come up with the idea for this piece?

2. How did you make it?

3. How did you consider the placement of your piece?

4. What do you see as the strengths of your piece?

5. What has your experience been with ArtPrize?

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Based a photo of a friend modelling on a cross constructed out of wood from Home Depot, and wearing a Michael's wreath? ...yikes! I'm a little disturbed she used this as research, and also advertised it.