When I started painting, and there wasn’t much of a market, and there wasn’t a big audience, there was a space of time — maybe a year — where I worked and they weren’t for sale. I didn’t have an accountant. I wasn’t involved in any business. I mean, having a gallery is putting your work up for sale. Boom! So I didn’t have that. And I think that’s a strength that a person has. So if someone says, “I don’t like that.” I say, “Oh, you don’t like that? You should see what else you wouldn’t like.” Because you have something over them. It’s that secret life there, somewhere, of these works. And if you want to show them, you can show them something. Instead of baring your soul and showing them everything.