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Old 08-13-2003, 10:18 AM
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Does doing a piece in stone make it that much more valuable over the same piece done in bronze?


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The simple answer is "kno." What you have, "stumbled on” is the quintessential question of this chat room. To illustrate the value of art and it's various materials. I tell the story of an interview with a New York artist of the 70ies I read in Actual, a now defunct French art journal. The man was. is, a poor gourmet cook. To maintain his taste for the good life he would shop each day then print up his shopping list. He would then cook the meal, print the menu, eat, and wait 24hrs to can the results with the menu and shopping list as labels. The article did not say if it sold or sells like hot cakes, but. Good luck with your search.

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