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Michael Joseph:
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<PRE>...first of all by learning how to politely tune out anyone who insists that
they as an artist have special insights into Art. To take them seriously
is to suffer a kind of spiritual defeat...</PRE>
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<P><BR>If an artist doesnt have any insight into art, does a writer have
any insight into writing? Does a musician have any insight into music?
A carpenter to carpentry?
<BR>What are you saying here?
<BR>Art is work (to quote Milton Glaser), and any person who engages in
such work (or any other, for that matter) better have some insight, or
else.
<BR>Think of all those dentists out there having their way with our teeth...that
will give you spiritual defeat big time.
<BR>&nbsp;Regards,
<BR>Suze R</HTML>

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