A Convincing Argument

The latest addition to the Ball People series, an armchair philosopher, a cross between Voltaire and Sartre,  complete with a Russian hat of course.  The reversed print on his back is taken from this Oscar Wilde quote:

“Arguments are to be avoided: they are always vulgar and often convincing.”

Dimensions:  15″x8″x8″


9 thoughts on “A Convincing Argument

  1. wordsandthoughtspjs November 22, 2011 / 14:05

    Erika, I love this…do I have your permission to use it on blog in about 2 weeks? I love your “ball people series”. Please let know. I just changed my photo on my blog 5 minutes ago. Ironically this showed up in my email inbox.



  2. erikatakacs November 22, 2011 / 14:05

    Of course, Pamela, any time, any one, just mention my name. Thanks a lot! I think this one is the best so far in the series.


  3. vndnbt November 22, 2011 / 14:05

    Very cool.


  4. wordsandthoughtspjs November 22, 2011 / 14:05

    Erika, I put the links up for you on my about page. Thanks for the very nice compliment about my writing. I love the new pages of your blog, nicely presented.



  5. David Star November 23, 2011 / 14:05

    Your Ball People series in amazing.
    I like it


  6. erikatakacs November 24, 2011 / 14:05

    Thanks so much Personalized Jewelry and David!


  7. Mike Schramer December 11, 2011 / 14:05

    Erica your works and intriguing and sophisticated.I work some in paper and wax but want to explore more uses of paper. I am restarting my blog “Art Is Beautiful” and would love to feature your work. I would list you, your contact info and give you links back to your blog and website. Your work is outstanding.
    Thaks, Mike


  8. erikatakacs December 13, 2011 / 14:05

    Thank you, Mike, for your kind words. You’re most welcome to post my works. Nice blog you’re starting there.


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