Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Glorification of Busy

It’s become a sort of religion.  It’s definitely regarded as a badge of honour.  There are so many people that cram their days full of self-inflicted tasks and deadlines, that they always appear to be busy.  If they can keep … Continue reading

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Do You Love Me?

This is a trap that many artists fall into.  They equate their work and how people respond to it with how much people love them.  Most artists, if they were honest, would admit that they long for people to at … Continue reading

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Art for Africa

This will sound churlish, but it isn’t meant to be.  I think people that have a heart and try to raise money to help the unfortunate poor in Africa are really good souls.  They’re lovely people, trying hard to do … Continue reading

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Why You Have to Change the World

You have to change the world because you have no choice.  In the current global economy, hope is in pretty short supply and there is a lot of despair.  Despair costs lives.  We know that being a corporate cubicle dweller … Continue reading

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Turned Out Well

I don’t usually blog about how I paint in anything like enough detail.  I usually don’t think it’s worth dwelling upon.  However, this week an oil painting I made turned out better than normal, so I thought I would give … Continue reading

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