Abstraction: A Conversation with My Wife about Art

Talking with Kathy about Extruding America, one of my favorite podcasts. http://goo.gl/jxpHax

“Yeah, it gets a little out there, but I really like it.”

“I think you ascribe a deeper meaning to it than is really there.”

“Yeah,” I said. “Put that on my tombstone. I often make things too abstract. I should let simple things be simple, but I don’t.”

“No,” she said. “I’m just going to put an obtuse triangle on it.”

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