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Duer 157099 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jun-23-08 02:36 AM
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19. Yeah, that is how I look at it
although I never thought of the lottery ticket analogy, I'll have to remember that one next time I start feeling guilty.

Also, I get waaaaaay more entertainment value from each purchase, during the whole research process - and I learn an awful lot too. Win-win-win.

But what I should try to do more often is to buy things that I really don't like, because I find those are so much easier to let go of, lol
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  -Can you read this signature? dotcosm  Jun-22-08 01:20 AM   #0 
  - Can you post a pic of the whole piece?  Whoa_Nelly   Jun-22-08 10:56 AM   #1 
  - Here ya go (pics)  dotcosm   Jun-22-08 04:02 PM   #3 
     - Am going to go with that it's a studio piece  Whoa_Nelly   Jun-22-08 05:36 PM   #6 
        - The art world is so confusing to me  dotcosm   Jun-22-08 06:30 PM   #7 
           - Studio artist  Whoa_Nelly   Jun-22-08 07:20 PM   #8 
           - lol, so completely the opposite of what Ithought  dotcosm   Jun-22-08 07:36 PM   #9 
              - Listed Artist  Whoa_Nelly   Jun-22-08 08:13 PM   #10 
              - That feels like a trick question, lol  dotcosm   Jun-22-08 09:55 PM   #13 
                 - I painted it ROFL  Whoa_Nelly   Jun-22-08 10:57 PM   #15 
                    - LOL, I knew it was a trick  dotcosm   Jun-23-08 12:43 AM   #16 
                       - Oil pastels applied as stick, by brush and by palette knife  Whoa_Nelly   Jun-23-08 01:16 AM   #18 
                          - I really like the color and texture you achieved on the hair  dotcosm   Jun-23-08 02:45 AM   #20 
              - If your oil paintings are good examples of the era,I've found  sufrommich   Jun-22-08 08:15 PM   #11 
                 - Well I don't know if these are good examples  dotcosm   Jun-22-08 10:04 PM   #14 
                    - well, ya know...  grasswire   Jun-23-08 01:10 AM   #17 
                    - Yeah, that is how I look at it  dotcosm   Jun-23-08 02:36 AM   #19 
                    - Those are really nice,I imagine they wouldn't be hard  sufrommich   Jun-23-08 02:58 PM   #21 
           - That definitely looks like studio pottery.  sufrommich   Jun-22-08 08:24 PM   #12 
  - Am seeing "Burnett"  Whoa_Nelly   Jun-22-08 03:23 PM   #2 
     - If I just based it on what I see and not what makes sense,  dotcosm   Jun-22-08 04:05 PM   #4 
     - Quite possible - there's a Jean Burnett  dotcosm   Jun-22-08 04:13 PM   #5 

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