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Ed taught me everything I know about art and we worked together for 24 hours a day. [Art] was more important for him than he or I or our children, and once that was clear, it became our focus and it was fun.
I sort of felt like it came inside my soul when I was working on it, so I was very upset. [. . .] That there was this hatred and ugliness here in my country, and I think it’s still there, I don’t think it’s gone. Maybe it’s not spoken of in the same way, but it’s alive and well.