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by taking our work. I understand the motives of sculptors who do this. I have done it myself, but I have come to realize that we damage ourselves when we do.


We, as artists, believe in the value and importance of art. Our motivations are not financial gain. We hunger for our works to be seen. However the very fact that money is not our primary motivation


exposes exploited by others.


We should ask ourselves, do we honour our work if we are so hungry for it to be seen that we give it away for the cost of materials? And why would any city ever buy sculptures if some of the time we let them have them for free?


us to being


Bruce Beasley is an American abstract expressionist sculptor. He attended Dartmouth College and the University of California, Berkeley where he earned his BA. Beasley ranks among the most productive sculptors of the post – Henry Moore / David Smith generation and his works can be found in permanent collections of art museums around the world.


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