Tag Archives: Sensation

Immersive Making

When you step up to create you art, there is a state of flow that you ideally seek, which lets you concentrate on the work, excluding all distractions, but in a pleasurable way, so that the work doesn’t feel burdensome.  … Continue reading

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Noticing

I think the primary skill any artist must possess is the ability to notice.  In fact, I’ll go one better.  All art is drawing attention to what you have noticed.  The very meaning of the word “aesthete” is to be … Continue reading

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The Cat’s Whiskers

Everybody knows that a cat uses his whiskers as an extended sense organ.  They permit him to remain at large from predators and to sense the presence of small, fast-moving “rodentry”, so that starvation is averted.  Nobody would think of … Continue reading

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