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Re: painting in 30 minutes2

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John Antoine Labadie (labadie)
Sun, 28 Nov 1999 11:12:58 EST5EDT


> Some people work fast. Others work slow. Some productions require
> speed. Some productions must be slow to the point of never seeming
> to finish. The Korean Artist-Visionary high in the mountains could
> not achieve his calligraphy by taking pains and time together. It is
> said that Whistler never finished a painting. He may have sold it,
> but he reserved the right keep on touching it up. The skill, the
> achievement, the entire experience is contained in the made object.
> This for people sensitized to see it, is what gives their soul its
> ease.

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I work in digital imaging ... speed seems an inherent part of
this/these media. Even so, but some works take the time a graphite
rendering or stippled piece might demand too. the term"object" is
being stretched by net-based and multimedia works ... but each
work takes the time it does. I too wonder if anything is ever
really "finished"

John

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