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on 8/13/00 9:43 AM, tom johnsen at koordt wrote:
> How paltry of you to consign such narrow lives to creative people, Joe.
> Victor Hugo was a fine draughtsman, and there are many fine painters who
> sing, Tony Bennett, for one. Ordinary people make art. Creativity is an
> instinct, not a talent.
Right, on, Tom! I often tell my students that art is not about "talent",
but rather about drive, desire and work.
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