Tag Archives: Discouragement

Missing Masterpieces

Imagine if Van Gogh or Mozart had lived longer.  Can you think what additional masterpieces they might have produced?  We feel the loss of those works of art that never were acutely.  Nobody ever said they wished Van Gogh had … Continue reading

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It All Depends on How You Look at It

When I was a teenager, circa 1975, I had a band.  We liked to play loud and we practiced in the front rooms or garages of our parents’ houses.  Sometimes, if the weather was fine, we’d play on the back … Continue reading

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Discouragement

Artists can be prone to becoming discouraged.  We all know that.  Everyone knows at least one artist that became so discouraged that they gave up, even if for a short while.  But that’s an interesting thing.  Why does it take … Continue reading

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Going Nowhere Fast

If you’re like me, every now and then you get frustrated and discouraged because everything you do with your art seems to go nowhere.  Those with any ambition for their art to take their lives to a better place will … Continue reading

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