There was a large, very wealthy man that walked into the gallery on Saturday.
I bonafide this by the limo and the "healthy team of followers" that accompanied him or stood outside, it was all quite impressive.
I was really excited, thinking this is it! Some one is going to buy my William Tolliver pieces ($35K each).
So he unnamed man strolls in with the entourage and says: I am throwing a party tonight for the Saints. I will lease out your Tollivers for the evening for $200.00. I am like no- if you would like to put $60K on a credit card, I will go ahead and refund at no charge the pieces when you bring them back. That would mean in his home at no charge at all.
He told me that was not acceptable and walked out in a huff. I think I did right as I have no floating insurance policy on the pieces. What do you think? Well all I thought about was this song: