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Re: Dino art critic criticism

>From: kodiak@inetworld.net (T.A. Curtis)

>   (sigh)  Hmmm.  I should have said, " . . and some of it is very poor
>quality."  Is that better?  Or do you want specific examples of what I
>mean?  Do I have to have a degree in either paleontology or art to know
>well-executed paintings from poor ones?

His paintings are consistantly superb.  His paintings suffer from poor 
reproduction because he works in pastel which is notoriously difficult 
to capture fully in reproduction.  My wife worked at Bradbury Press 
before it was destroyed by shitmongers Simon & Schuster, and I got to 
see some of his work upclose and personal.  Simply magnificent.


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