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Thanks, Steven. I am not with FineArtAmerica anymore. I got tired of all the social games I got caught in. I felt like I was back in high school trying to fit in with the in-crowd. I felt myself worrying more about being excepted or rejected because of what I paint. It was making me unhappy. I didn't feel free to express myself. The biggest insult I received was when I would post a positive comment about someone's art and they would delete it because they didn't want my name associated with them. I found that very hateful. I also had a run-in with someone there at FineArtAmerica who might be the web master's wife or relative. I learned there is only three people running the entire show. This person refused to sell one of my prints claiming it wasn't photographed correctly. I kept repeating the process of photographing and reloading, but never to her satisfaction. She accused me of not doing as she requested and was canceling the order. I told her to go ahead and cancel it. I was tired of dealing with her at that point. I use to work as a graphic artist in a printer's shop. I knew my photo file would have printed perfectly. I now have hooked up with some artist I like on flickr, and I post to different art groups there. Do you use flickr? I find it a nice way to see what other artist are doing. It is an alternative to FFA. If you do use flickr, I would like to make you a contact. That way I will be able to keep up with your work. Here is my address if you are interest: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronra/
"In His Image" is especially powerful. Glad to see you have your own website aside from here and the FineArtAmerica page!
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