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Nontek
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a Painting of a rough black frame on a plain colored background can be worth £Millions?

I am sure most of us could create a similar 'picture'!

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wee eddie

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I used to 'do' Pottery. Not really as an artist, more as a hobby. Until, one October, my Mother said to me.

"If you give me another of your (bloody) Pots for Christmas, I'll give you one of my Paintings!"

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woodchip

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"Some, of course, don't want people to buy their work because their whole motivation is showing a view of the world that nobody else sees. As soon as somebody else 'gets it' their reason for being an artist disappears."

Seems like I can Remember Franky Howard I think in a film, He created a sculpture that fell through the ceiling Other may member the film better than me

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