Choosing boldness to assert a piece of my identity as a creator as it relates to the work that I create made the work itself stronger.
I think it may be becoming a disease of our culture that we have so many things to think about at once that we spend much of our time thinking about nothing at all.
One of the universal questions along the journey of following your passion is, “How do I get better?”
Many of the answers are often wonderful and correct, but vague and confusingly actionable. Here are some less murky things you can start doing today to improve your craft:
Part 2, 5 more questions that every artist should have a good, thoughtful answer for.
Part 1, 5 of 10 questions that every artist should have a good, thoughtful answer for.
I had never expected that I would get to see so much of Rothko’s work in one place in my life. I didn’t think it was possible to have an art experience so intimate and important and comprehensive. These paintings mean so much to me, and as I moved from canvas to canvas, room to room, the real wonder of Mark Rothko’s work became ever more clear.