Part of my early research which lead to my first book, was looking at what happened in the artist’s studio. I have come a long way since those days but I remember my frustration at the blocks. Why did the work pour out somedays and others it was just like reinventing the wheel? I have found that artists are just like musicians, so when things are not working it is just the rehearsal for the ‘real’ work. Over the next week I am going to discuss the Twelve Qualities of a Creative Artist, starting tomorrow with the first quality – Raw Talent. Please add your own comments
- Australian artist / author Lyne Marshall researches the processes that occur both in and out of the artist's studio. Leading to many discoveries, the twists and turns of this bumpy creative road resulted in three published books and a passion to inspire others to explore and grow through workshops.
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