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The laws of Jam as applied to High Art



One of paintings redeeming graces is the innate ability of canvases to stack easily.

For storage, for moving, for keeping and preserving.

Jars of home made jams do not share this necessary characteristic. Their shelf life is limited and they need to be kept airtight.

You hand jams out to neighbors and friends, with a smile and a nod of the head.

‘Made it myself, just last autumn. Still good. Try some’

You don’t hand paintings out to neighbors or friends even if you want to.

Simply because you’re handing a piece of yourself away, and it’s a piece you don’t get back.

No, there has to be an exchange of energy and that energy normally takes the form of money.

It’s a dirty business but someone’s got to do it.

I jest, it’s a lovely business. But I’m not joking about the money.

Good job I made the process as simple and painless as possible for prospective interested parties.

Just click here and see!

And have a fabulous week. (Cue cheesy grin)

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