WHAT YOU SEE IS NOT WHAT YOU GET; THE FALLACY OF ABSTRACTION VS. REALISM

 

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4 Comments on "WHAT YOU SEE IS NOT WHAT YOU GET; THE FALLACY OF ABSTRACTION VS. REALISM"

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    What a wonderful diversion for a nerd-type like me – thankfully there are very talented and passionate artists like you that can nourish our souls and bring a bright spot of delicious meaning to a boring Wednesday morning. Thank you!!

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