Art is Life

When contemplating the workflow of the artist, I often think of the patterns of the wind and rain.  A gentle flow guides the process with sudden gusts of motion.  Sometimes it can get pretty intense, then things seem to settle back down into a deeper level of equipoise and coherence.   A process of rising and falling, rising again and subsiding.  This seems to be the way of art.

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2 thoughts on “Art is Life

  1. I read in another blog about how instead of beating ourselves up about the times we aren’t productive, we might think of those times of fallow periods, or opportunities for reflection and gathering up of energy for the next round of productivity.

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