Tag Archives: Grief

Under-communication

I’ve been reading a very interesting book, lately, about originality and how to bring original ideas to fruition, against the tidal wave of pressure against the idea, from naysayers and sceptics.  The author makes a very interesting point: when you … Continue reading

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Letting Go

Grief and creativity seldom sit alongside each other very comfortably, even though the latter can be the cure (or at least a genuine comfort) for the former.  Still, the thought of creating anything, of having to make aesthetic choices and … Continue reading

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Going Through the Motions

Sometimes you show up to do your art and you’re just not into it. Your heart doesn’t sing while you create and you don’t particularly like the results you produce.  Is it worth going through the motions? I think it … Continue reading

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Lost

This post isn’t really about art; it’s about emotions.  If there is any connection at all between the two, it’s because emotions can create great art, but not for me; not at the moment.  I usually like to post something … Continue reading

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