viewlight of the complexity, I'd like to avoid an e-mail that might be confusing and would rather have our business advisor Ron tocontact your manager to discuss the different possibilities in orderto find the best solution for you and Bill to carry out the opportunity of makingwork on a painting together.
In the first sentence you could also begin with "Given the complexity of the situation, . . . " or whatever is correct.
The second sentence was quite long, so I suggested a couple of ways to shorten it. There are many possibilities of course.
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