It’s amazing what a little time away from the studio can do for my creativity. For those of you who read my blog post about my injury/illness last month, you will already understand my [...]
Yesterday, I gave a little talk at the Chapel Gallery in Bracebridge on “The Art of Vision”. I fully intend on writing about this in the near future, but during my speech I stumbled across [...]
“The ego hates to rest. The ego doesn’t want to let God, or sleep, mend up the raveled sleeve of care. The ego would like to handle all that itself, thank you. As artists, we must serve our [...]
I view the practice of art as well as the practice of being an artist itself, as a ‘work in progress’. I suppose that being a human being is a ‘work in progress’. It’s a verb. It’s a noun.
“A mother's love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity. It dares all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path. “ ~ Agatha [...]
Artists should create in the same way they love: Entirely or not at all. When working, their hands should be moved by the same kind of passion that urges them to “go harder” [...]