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August 16, 2011


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S.P. Reid

interesting post about some behind the scenes stuff. I just recently was involved in a big show that involved a lot of people, the California State Fair Fine Art competition, and I was amazed at how 'into art' the volunteers and other paid workers were as well. People sometimes don't realize that a job in the arts is not just a job, it's taken very seriously. Also, the photo of your registration technician there would actually make a good portrait painting. ironic?/coincidence? By the way thanks for mentioning the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition , I checked it out and looks like there is still time to compose something and enter it. thanks!

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