"It's sad to say that finances have such a big effect on the artistry, but it's a butterfly effect. The other side of the coin on this issue is that publicizing yourself has become easier than ever."
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As an avid reader of the magazine for over 10 years, I was happy that the magazine was showcasing entertainment that might be overlooked. This is not the first time the magazine has done something like this, but it was great to see it again.
As we turn the calendar to 2011, we're taking a look in our crystal ball for The Times' annual Faces to Watch.
Who will matter next year in the arts?...
Whether the curve of a mermaid, the muscled back of a donkey, or the quiet pride of a fisherman at sea, Paton Miller's paintings speak to the "we" that ties humanity together.
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