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Re: Phoenix and lists

In a message dated 12/31/1999 7:21:18 AM Central Standard Time, 
NardaA@aol.com writes:

<< < which was basically drawing what we SEE, not what we THINK we 
   see.. >>
  This is an oxymoron!
 Sorry to tell you this Paul, you might be right about lancifolia but you are 
 wrong on this one.
 Narda >>

This is all in fun.

But tell me how one would see something without "thinking" about it.

As much as I still know the eyes are connected to the brain.

I did understand the very valid concept of painting from sight and not memory.

I am not questioning/jesting the painting advise, just the expression of 
words used.


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