To Shane Pickerill, May 1, 2013

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Well, had all the elements to slam dunk a show, thanks to your own speed.  Some artists take forever to put their "stuff" together.  As we say in Hawaii, Mahalo.
Woke up in the middle of the night and realize I didn't explain the "Inside Out."  Review your statement.
Also please help drive traffic to your show if you have a Facebook presence.  See-
https://www.facebook.com/internetartmuseum
(Don't you just love the FB address?  It was still available when my son (age 3 when you painted Gateway; ... you were 20 and myself 45)
Also check out the museum's "hall of fame." - http://www.lastplace.com/ARTISTS_directory.htm
I added an attachment to show off my latest search in Google.  (I must be doing something right in my art life)  I do this to show that your works are now in a prominent museum and you can state as such (note the Whitney is below in listing )
I envision someday a brick and mortar complement to the larger-than-life global cyberpresence that includes a giftshop that offers volumes of images from decades of exhibits, thereby rooting my hall of famers in art history in the old fashion way.  Pictures in publications.  The museum will be nonprofit.  It's an alternative to the gallery to museum ladder that you spoke of.  Prestigious Yes.  But an online museum has much more of a global reach to an audience that is perpetually expanding that can always access the collections.  At no charge.  It's a public institution for the benefit of the spirit of mankind.  Note my site refuses to have any ads.  Purity, dedication to mission.

Have a wonderful trip too, my brother.
Hey, you look tall.  Over 6', like my son Bronson?  Proud of him, playing football in high school, tried out for USC's Trojans, and now, at 24, still going to the gym to attempt to be able to dunk at pickup basketball games.
Especially impressive for me, one without no athletic talents.  Anybody can jog for miles on end with diligent training.

Py