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- I have been a fan of Sabrina Small's work since the late nineties. Alot of artist seem to peak at a ceartain time in their carreer and then hold on for life to a very specific style that never seems to evolve. Sabrina however has something quite unique in her evolution of style in that it changes for the better in very subtle steps forward to where she doesn't appear to change so much as simply get better. which considering Sabrina's body of work cannot be easy. Thank you for recognizing this person in art, she deserves it.
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