I received this submission from reader Karen. This is the base of a sculpture in town.
Read through it — it makes hardly any sense. The grammar is shoddy, as well.
Most of all, I would really like to see a comma after work in the fifth line of the description, and I’d like him to decide whether or not to use a comma before and in a list of items. (The AP and I prefer not to use it; many people disagree.) He also needs to clarify his ideas — I’m so confused as to what he’s trying to say.
Sam, I’m sure your sculpture is beautiful, so don’t quit your day job. Stick to art.