Again, linking art to a complete mastery of craft. Even suggesting that art is in the craft.
I cannot disagree more, i think.
How about (for starters) Ian's emotion?
(Biafra, Ian? Would that not date it quite a bit before 20 years ago?)
Oh, what the heck?! I'll throw it out in the open:
While a minimum of craft is required, no amount of mastery of any craft will transform you into a person with a fair grasp of reality and an ability to do and say something interesting.
Anyone who seeks art in the mastery of craft is wasting his or her time. Become a 'well rounded person' (to oversimplify), and you're half way there.
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