Tag Archives: Distractions

The Unbridgeable Yawning Chasm

We torment ourselves.  Many creative, imaginative people dream up grandiose, highly ambitious schemes that can never be realised.  Either they lack the resources, the time, the energy, the skills or their plan is just too complex and intricate.  Perhaps its … Continue reading

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Time is Short

Today, I am painfully aware that time is short.  Retirement age is racing toward me at an alarming rate and yet I still have so much I want to do; things that have significance and meaning to me.  I want … Continue reading

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Static, Noise and Interference

Do you ever have those moments where you have a stack of artistic projects planned, have the time to do something toward them, but feel utterly incapable of making progress, despite that desire?  I find that when my life equilibrium … Continue reading

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Which Way’s Wrong?

Artists work in a certain way.  They usually have no boss.  They get on with their work in a self-directed way.  Nobody thinks they won’t.  Nobody needs to direct them.  There is usually no committee.  There are no meetings.  They … Continue reading

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