This will be about my views on what it takes to put a three dimensional world onto a two dimensional surface. With a lot of digressing.
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Jun 17, 2009


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That about sums it up, doesn't it?

I had this pinned to my cork board for a long time. If you're prone to over-analyzing and lint-picking, artwise, it simplifies things.

I was once asked by someone who had recently bought a painting, if it was true that an artists work becomes more valuable after his/her death.

After a long pause, like Jack Benny's bit, "Your Money or Your Life", I was still groping for the right words. Its not always easy being diplomatic. I wish I could remember what I said.

Does anyone have a good reply ?


  1. It's a bit like buying land..."they ain't making any more of it".
    A paintings value to me is the pleasure I get when looking at it.

  2. Oh Barb...hahahahahaha. I do like things short and sweet.
    You said it.