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While living in late 1970's Manhattan  I spent a good part of a year working with Abstract Expressionist Seymour Lipton.  At his upper West Side brownstone, six hours a day, four days a week,  in the Monel Metal technique that he was so instrumental in developing,  I worked fabricating his design, while he spoke, of his life, his work, concepts of design, art, and the general state of the world. 

Sy was a teacher and I am grateful for the time I had with him.   Among the many things I learned was to see in monumental scale.  Having worked metal in jewelry and now monumental scale, during the early 1980's I took my stonework from jewelry/lapidary scale to  monumental.
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