A: No, but I am very open to other careers. I am a licensed artist.
Q: So you’re not a salesman, selling furniture?
A: No, I’m a professional artist, which means I have the best of both worlds.
Q: What do you do every day if you’re not working?
A: I do painting, I take long baths, write, hang out my stuff. It will be pretty different on my day off.
Q: So how’d you make that decision to make it as an independent artist?
A: After a while I realized that if I was to make it an art career, I needed to have all the advantages of being a big name artist.
Q: Tell me about doing a painting. The work that was in your studio before was “paintings of life.”
A: Yeah, a few days before the painting, I was painting a painting of a man I call “The Artist.” I had a whole palette. Then I wanted to see if I could make his face as expressive as possible.
Q: You see the paint?
A: Yeah, I can look in his eyes and read the emotions he has.
Q: What was his name?
A: I don’t remember it. If I could have I would have called him the “Paint Painter.”
Q: Can I see these paintings?
A: Sure, you can.
Q: Can I take a look?
A: Sure. There are about eight paintings here.
Q: What were you doing when you were painting this face?
A: That face would have been a little bit of this, a little bit of that.
Q: Can you do a drawing of his face?
A: I can. Here is a drawing of his face. I’ll do that.
Q: Can I see it?
A: Yeah, I’ll draw it.
Q: Does that make you happy?
A: To have people draw me, that’s always the best part of working in the studio.
Q: What’s your art philosophy?
A: I like to draw things that have a life. When I am in the studio I like to draw something about a person that has lived their life.
Q: What would you say to someone who
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