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“Essence of Bee”: ferrocement sculpture in the making…

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sales in real estate, defaults, re-buys…

So you sell much of your residential real estate holdings all at the same time… The prices hold because the market doesn’t learn fast enough of the product dump…Those who buy the homes take out big mortgages because they cannot … Continue reading

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Pricing art for beginners:Ideas about the numbers…

Ok, so you just painted a painting…Now you want to sell it…How much could you sell it for? Um…Ok, here is a rough ballpark completely crude starting point… Let’s say a basically decent painting sells at base price one dollar … Continue reading

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Fine tuning: Argh!

Ok, so I decided, well, we ALL decided, (all being me, Joseph & the collective sigh of disappointment at the sight of the white cement drips on the black beak of the Trumpeter swan)- we all decided to make black … Continue reading

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“The Raccoon” by me & Joseph…(will be smothered in a concrete mix later)…

Bluffs gallery: Picked up my painting “Blooming Lilies” today from Bluffs…Tim, the projects manager told me it got several compliments & was viewed by politicians local to the area…I am thrilled with Bluffs as a gallery & the greater Scarborough … Continue reading

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A response to the notion that museums want to do away with artist fees…

I’m not sure that this is in fact a greedy move… What I see is that most art in museums right now has been had for free, by donation… The fees are perhaps a way for those in the industry … Continue reading

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