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Mormon Pioneer by scaryink, visual art

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My Bio
Current Residence: Scottsdale, AZ
deviantWEAR sizing preference: Xtra Super Mini Medium
Print preference: Ink
Favourite genre of music: experimental jazz; atonal, lounge music
Operating System: The Mayo Clinics
MP3 player of choice: LG Dare
Shell of choice: Conch
Skin of choice: My own
Favourite cartoon character: Darkdesyre

Favourite Visual Artist
Tintoretto, Titian, Rubens, Brakhage, Ensor, Corinth
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Sleepy time gorilla museum; Tom Waits
Favourite Writers
Pat Conroy, Graham Greene
Favourite Gaming Platform
Las Vegas
Tools of the Trade
Calculator
Other Interests
The highest rate I can get for my money.
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The economics of art and business are similar. The economics of DA and business are not. With art and business,  value is imputed by a perceived quality.  This perception will increase or decrease with time - often wildly. The retail houses created during the last ten years (in the US) are still physically standing and in good condition in desirable locations.  The only thing that has changed is the perception of the people. Many purchased units based upon speculation, with little real money of their own involved.  The lenders weren't at risk - they were selling the notes to repackagers.  The wholesalers weren't worried because the risk w
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I have had the good fortune of NOT going to any form of art school.  The re-invention of the wheel makes my work our of round yet the stamp of my hands are all over the work. It seems that traditional and post-modern art schools have the same intent.  To convince you that theirs is the true and best way.  Sort of like organized religion.  Indeed, religion and art share so much in common.  A belief in a "beginning:.  A belief in the "one true way", a belief in hierarchy and priesthood.  There are those that possess secret and ultimate knowledge that are only available to the blessed and chosen few. I beg to differ.
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Hey, you left a comment on one of my first devations that's almost ten years old. I'm glad I was looking over my old shit and rediscovered you. Your work is awesome and totally up my alley. will be watching for sure!
 
Thanks very much George for the fav!
Thanks very much for the fave George!
Thanks very much for the favs George!
Thanks very much for the fav!
Thanks very much for the fav!
Thanks very much for the favs!