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Reed-all-abardit!


A friend stopped me in our local supermarket late this afternoon "Hey Mark, I've just been reading about you in the paper".
I had no idea that the article had been published, I was interviewed by a Chronicle reporter a week or so back.
Anyway, the publicity is good and hopefully may help to sell one or two of my paintings!

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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Brilliant write up Mark I bet you are chuffed with that. Boy do you look serious though. Those other artists will be quaking in their boots
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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Thank you Phill - we photographers make lousy portrait subjects don't we.
Photo taken by Chronicle lady reporter - hate having my picture took, just dunno where to look!
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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Well done Mark.
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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Thanks OM.
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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Excellent.
The subject looks OK to me!
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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Wonderful Mark.

You are obviouly (deservedly) greatly respected within the local artistic community.

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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Now you're just showing off!
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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

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Excellent.
The subject looks OK to me!
Thanks Mark - if you lived closer I'd attend your clinic!
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Wonderful Mark. You are obviouly (deservedly) greatly respected within the local artistic community. Regards.
Thanks Peter. Whatever social capital I presently hold may be greatly diminished after announcing the handful of prize winners.

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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Was it Citizen Smith or Frank Spencer (Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em) who always wore a beret? You may not have got the sitcoms in Australia.

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Ooh Betty....
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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Super. Mark just what you need before your judging debut ( ordeal?) now they will all know your skill base and hopefully show you the respect you deserve.
Enjoy.

David M they both wore berets at some stage. Watch out come the revolution!

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Was it Citizen Smith or Frank Spencer (Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em) who always wore a beret? You may not have got the sitcoms in Australia. Freedom for Tooting O Ooh Betty....
The only version I saw of Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em starred Michael Crawford who didn't wear a beret as far as I recall. The show was so painfully silly that I couldn't watch it. (I behave like that all the time and it isn't funny)

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Super. Mark just what you need before your judging debut ( ordeal?) now they will all know your skill base and hopefully show you the respect you deserve. Enjoy. David M they both wore berets at some stage. Watch out come the revolution! Ed Sent from my LG-H870 using Tapatalk
Yes Ed, you're right, the article did come at a most opportune time. Already the hits on my website have gone up. All very ego-fluffing but the real deal will be if any of my paintings sell. I have 5 paintings entered into another show that opens tomorrow night (Friday).
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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Just by chance an article in one of the daily newspapers referred to Mr Crawford complete with Photograph of him wearing his beret!!

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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Undoubtedly a man of impeccable taste!
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Re: Reed-all-abardit!

Just seen this - well done, Mark, you must be building quite a reputation!
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