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Learning Creativity

recently attended an art exhibition opening that included a piece of mine. It was a maple, cherry, and ebony teapot festooned with six carved, painted monarch butterflies and a single caterpillar. Removing the lid revealed a green painted carved chrysalis hanging from the underside. The work really tickled another

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