Falsification of an Imagined Reality

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1 Response to “Falsification of an Imagined Reality”

  1. 1 Sarah Liebman
    December 30, 2010 at 12:00 am


    I am not the least bit creative in my thinking, but I am delighted that there are people like you who are. “Thinking outside the box” is a trait for which I wish I had at least one gene! I enjoyed looking at the various sculptures posted on your site and realized that sculpture does not have to be made only from a metal or clay (which is what I thought was the case).

    I am left to ponder one thing: Where did you find the casting of teeth which are imbedded in the coal in the sculpture falsification of an imagined reality? Years ago my dentist retired and he asked me if I wanted them. INDEED I DID NOT! Now I’m wondering if the ones in your sculpture could be mine!!! (I’m only kidding. I’m sure the kid still has them. BUT, the thought DID cross my mind!)

    It’s nice to know that someone is actually enjoying the work that he does. Looks like you are doing a great job of it, too.

    Sarah Liebman

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