Tag Archives: Independence

What Does It Take To Become a Writer?

Yesterday, I visited a museum, dedicated to one of the best known and widely read authors of the nineteenth century.  I was interested to see where this author had worked so hard, in her most productive years, to produce her … Continue reading

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Are Older Artists Past Their Sell By Date?

No!  Older artists are not past their best.  Of course they aren’t!  Are you crazy?  In fact, they’ve never been better. Thinking that older artists are no longer capable or relevant is a stupid idea, held by those who really … 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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