What is your social media wall saying about you?
Is it a chart of how you are to be remembered?
And there is no shame in thinking about it while you post on Twitter or Facebook.
And look at it this way – you may not be consciously pondering it, but you are posting it.
Think about it.
All those dinner outings, evening sessions, birthday parties, vacations and upset moments posted for all.
A memento in your online album. Of your feelings and thoughts to be liked or disliked.
All saying these are things to remember me by. A very interactive way.
If you happen to get famous over night, yes that too can happen. The first place the media is likely to look for information about you is on social media.
And all of your post and bantering becomes who you are. Even that one post you hope would disappear over time.
No they do not.
But for those of us looking for a more subdued and less interactive way.
Well, there is always the services of a painter. That is one that can paint a portrait.
The artist can make you look the part whatever part that is.
Fit for a fireplace mantle or for a living room wall.
So while your post will be a little more off the wall or unpredictable, your portrait is not expected to be.
Unless the artist is told otherwise.
Curators are always preoccupied with this question, because it is a part of their jobs.
That is, how to best present a subject or someone.
So as you come across your next post-able moment, remember, that’s your art on the wall.