Saturday, February 5, 2011

“If I want my work to appear otherworldly or beyond replication it is because I want to describe things that I feel are. The only things to transcend replication are the indescribable instances of true beauty and love, present in each human soul. Knowing this, artists can only hope that their work becomes a reminder and a shell-like vehicle for these elusive, exquisite and transient energies. I just happen to like beautiful shells. There’s no magic but love.”

I really like this quote and found it on this blog.
Does anyone know who said it?
I've tried Google-ing it, but haven't come up with anything.

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