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Re: Curious

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kprs (KPRS)
Tue, 09 Nov 1999 18:11:46 -0500


I must be teaching WAY too long, because I can tell a student is an artist WAY
before they have produced something of 'substance'. So, I beg to differ with
the statement that says "you are not artist if you don't make art".

San D

Artystyc3 wrote:

> I am an artist and a teacher,when I produce my own work
> I'm paid at both!
> The trick is to constantly be refreshing and challenging your own skills.
> Your not an artist ,
> unless you make art......
> and we ain't talking construction paper and crayons.
> It might be "good" examples for the class,
> but you know yourself if you've created
> something new and of quality.
> Patti -Artystyc3
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