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Rocco Penny
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« Reply #80 on: April 23, 2010, 07:54:31 AM »
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Well,
  I was invited to show my work at a well attended venue.
The owner says he sees my work as unique.
If it is this much work to just put 30 pieces together, it's no wonder artists starve or go off the deep end.
Creating something from nothing is a little challenging for me at least,
and I was feeling I was off track.
Now I'm encouraged by propitious signs,
and that there are real people at the other end of this machine.
So
Adieu!
and thank you for the direction and interest.
Rocco

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Rob C
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« Reply #81 on: April 23, 2010, 08:04:06 AM »
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Quote from: Rocco Penny
Well,
  I was invited to show my work at a well attended venue.
The owner says he sees my work as unique.
If it is this much work to just put 30 pieces together, it's no wonder artists starve or go off the deep end.Creating something from nothing is a little challenging for me at least,
and I was feeling I was off track.
Now I'm encouraged by propitious signs,
and that there are real people at the other end of this machine.
So
Adieu!
and thank you for the direction and interest.
Rocco



And I would guess that the thirty pieces aren't silver; that would have been very much easier to negotiate...

;-)

Rob C


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Rocco Penny
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« Reply #82 on: April 23, 2010, 08:32:29 AM »
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Indeed,
the deal is for him to keep several prized pieces.
I need rid of them anyway,
I damage them in the studio
& they've begun giving me anxiety
bs pricing and selling and bs
bah
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