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January 30, 2014


Ruth Ann Sturgill

Great stuff, Eric! Keep it coming...

Lori Woodward

Reminds me of how Daniel keys was discovered by Stephen Doherty. Daniel posted his new works in American Artist Magazine's community website, and it was all uphill from there. Daniel made a concerted effort to get his work seen. Within 2 years, he had several top galleries asking to represent him.

I recommended that Kyle Stuckey enter some national competitions. After he received 2nd place I in one of them, art magazine editors called to interview him. That led to his getting representation in major galleries. Just another instance that proves what you say is true Eric.

This is so true Eric. Thanks for taking the time to share your advice with us.

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