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Re: RE: Wiliam Wegman,etc


From: Mikel Lee (mikellee31_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Jul 23 2003 - 19:10:28 PDT

well, you said it right there when you discussed
Warhol pushing boundaries, etc...that is what is
"wrong" with just making a cottage and the whole darn
world buying into it as art...there were no boundaries
or thought...just a reproduction of the formula that
worked...over and over...and over freaking over! -

--- LeAnn Escoffre <> wrote:
> I did mention her initially but I couldnt' remember
> her name. I love her
> work "her pictures" or whatever you want to call
> them. They are cute babies.
> I'm not digging for some psychological meaning in
> all artwork, maybe she has
> some or not. Do you think art has to have some deep
> meaning to be art, or
> can I be at home one weekend and just mess around
> with clay and make a

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