I believe, I believe every day is a good day when you paint.
I really believe that if you practice enough you could paint the 'Mona Lisa' with a two-inch brush.
We show people that anybody can paint a picture that they're proud of. It may never hang in the Smithsonian, but it will certainly be something that they'll hang in their home and be proud of. And that's what it's all about.
I stay hidden. I'm sort of hard to find.
If I paint something, I don't want to have to explain what it is.
There are thousands of very, very talented artists who will never be known, even after they are dead.
Traditionally, art has been for the select few.
I don't intimidate anyone.
Most painters want recognition, especially by their peers.
I never turn down requests for interviews. I'm just rarely asked.
There are no mistakes, only happy accidents.
I tell people, 'You can do this.' And they write back and say, 'You were right. I can do this. And now I believe I can do anything.'
If you learned how to make a cloud, your time is not wasted.
I don't intimidate anyone. Instead, I try to get people to believe in themselves.
If you study my paintings, there are no signs of human life.
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