October 2002
Volume 3, Issue 10
Letters to the Editor

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Dear Editor:

I got so excited when I saw you article on creating a better polishing wheel that I made one. I used an old felt blanket (It was late, and I don't drive). And it worked fantastic! This is the best tip that I have received and I wish to thank you, I am polishing everything in sight.

Thank you very much!

Demara Lee

Hi,

I just read Tommie Howell's interesting article "Essence Theory and Art". Once I read that Art Deco came about by artists and designers combining Oriental art, American Indian design, and Cubism. According to the Essence theory folks it would have to follow that all Art Deco pieces are illegimate, and I don't know who would be allowed to look at them.

There are probably other examples of that kind of mixing. What ever happened to the "melting pot" idea! Thank you for all the valuable info your Polyzine provides.

Carol Todaro

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