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May 22, 2019

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Thanks Richard. Interesting read. I love the "art of creation"...my thinking is that the process that leads to the final product is as important as the actual piece. However, I also believe in a less-than-artsy parameter for my artistic tastes. If I can build it, then it may or may not be art, to me. These statements may seem a bit contradictory but as they say"...in the eye of the beholder".

And, yes, completely agree that there should be a TA gallery for all of us to check out, enjoy and hopefuly initiate these types of conversations. Please keep up the good work!


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