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December 01, 2009

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Isaac

It's great to see how you work out your paintings! I hope I have the chance to check out your gallery when it goes up!

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I'm wondering if you've sold a painting that you've gotten attached to? Do you miss it? To not physically have a painting, something you worked so hard on and put so much personal thought into must be hard. I'd love to see your work in person. Hopefully I can make it to one of your shows. (with 3 kids in tow).

Allison Sommers

I'll admit, sometimes it's tough, because when I work on a piece I do feel like I'm 'there' to a certain extent. When I'm putting a show together, I try to take a "foster home" approach to the work, that it's never going to be mine, I'm just letting it visit for a while, and that makes things much easier.

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