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Re: NEA of Not

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John & Sandra Barrick (astroboy)
Tue, 27 Oct 1998 12:30:07 -0500

This brings up another topic, "Keeping the best for you". I recently
read or heard on PBS that an artist I believe sculptor, would make
his pieces(I want to say Calder but he may have been English) and he
would get commisions to do work(maybe it was Noguchi) so he would
make a few pieces and he would always keep the best for himself.
Hence to say when he died(May be Picasso)he had enough for a museum
and now it is filled with the best he kept for himself(Sounds like
Picasso).HAr Har Har!!

David Pyle wrote:
> The need to simply 'make something,' whether or not the results of >those efforts are brought to market, is wonderful.