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Lesson Plans

Lonely in Hong Kong

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Ken Rohrer (kenroar)
Sun, 23 Jun 1996 23:32:48 -0600

Sharon said........

For the moment I remain in Hong Kong quite away from people as I live on
>a boat. One of my many goals for the summer vacation is to continue work on my
>own art images.
I've wanted to try living on a boat for years! What a life, doing art on a
boat. Of course that would probably get old after awhile, but I'd like to
give it a shot.

> Do any of you struggle so do you have more questions to share or
>to give?
I think that is a common issue with artists. It takes a certain frame of
mind to make art. I would suggest a site and a listserv for you to check
out that relates with your question.

Send mail to: listserver and put "subsribe aw" in the message
body to subscribe to an artists' support group. They claim to help artists
when they hit a creative "snag." They have a web site at

Check out an interesting art site at:
In particular, look at the index for
This includes thoughts and readings on the creative process.

What kind of effect will the change-over to China control have on your
position? Do you think that the arts will have as much respect?

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