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Luann M. Udell 's comment on All Filled Up and Nowhere To Go

Luann M. Udell
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RSVPalmer, so glad you made it! The doors are just closing.... (Just kidding.)

Re: holding on to a painting because we're not ready to sell it... Actually someone (Lori Woodward??) shared thoughts on this with me years ago. There's often a good reason we hang on to a piece--it's the best we've done, it's opened a door into a new technique, etc. Some people simply list these as Not For Sale, while others put a really high price on it until they're ready to let go. Then, if someone buys it, you know it's time to raise your prices!



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