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The Art Business

Many artists are adept at self-mystification. We like to feel that our best works come from some mysterious well (call it the unconscious or God, your choice). We hope to visit that unconscious well often, and we fear that if … Continue reading

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Collision Course

I’m continuing to work through The Artist’s Way with a group — one chapter per week. I’m finding the exercises in Chapter 5 very helpful, but I sense I’m on a collision course with Chapter 6. In Chapter 6, “Recovering … Continue reading

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Here Come Da Judge

I’ve joined a weekly Artist’s Way group.¬†We’re going through the chapters in the book one by one. Even after the first meeting, I could see changes happening in my approach to creativity — good changes. But you can’t always take … Continue reading

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The Artist’s Way

I’ve had Julia Cameron’s book The Artist’s Way on my shelf since it first came out. I picked up some insights from it, but I’ve never done the course in an organized way. Last night I found myself sitting at … Continue reading

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