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Re: Student Teacher question


From: Woody Duncan (woodyduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Sep 02 2004 - 06:26:04 PDT

Larry Seiler wrote:
> Product worries about what should be....whereas processing takes all in for
> that moment for what it is. When you celebrate with your craft, that spirit
> seems to transfer and is picked up by the viewer. For a work to have power,
> it must prove to have been first of interest to the artist to be of interest
> to the patron. I am finding that to be a truth after so so many years doing
> this. Hope that helps....
> Larry Seiler

Wonderfully said, Larry understands it because he does it.
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