Theft is the sincerest form of flattery?

I had this photo and a few others in the holiday show at the Marblehead Arts Association and when I went to pick it up it wasn't there.

"Do you think that means it was sold?" I asked.

"Or stolen," they said.

No way of knowing until (or unless) a check arrives in the mail. I can't wait to find out. Meanwhile, someone made the point that I ought to be flattered if someone did steal it.

And, seriously, if I had to choose one photo of mine that's most likely to be stolen, it would be the fembots.

Anyway, I have another five (!) photos in the current "new members" show, which runs this month. There are some really nice things there ... and I met some very cool folks at the opening.


karenology said...

Strange. You'd think the people running the gig would be able to tell if it had sold? Here's hoping it was, because though theft might be flattering, it doesn't pay off for you!

Anonymous said...

That's an eerie photo. I wouldn't want those ladies not-staring at me in my house. And if they were stolen...well, it would be the beginning of some kind of horror movie ("Attack of the Fembots!") where they come out of the photo and wreak horrible revenge on the thief...Hey, did you get the photo we e-mailed you? Thought you'd like to post the Christmas Story Christmas card.

bingskee said...

it still is an act of crime. :-)