biodata versus good works

An impressive biodata speaks of an artist’s dedication and commitment to

their craft but is  in  no  way  a  criteria  in  judging  if  their  works  are  good

enough. Good works are judged upon  ten  different  separate  criteria  and

all it takes is one work produced to be able to know if that artist possesses

the ability to carry on in their pursuit.  I  have  seen  many  abled  self-taught

artist who remains anonymous throughout their life with skills  that  equals

if not better than the celebrated ones chosen  by  gangs  of  profiteers  who

has no clue of what good art is and means.

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