Tuesday, 2 December 2008

Not a Real Post

I just read these two lovely thoughts ... lovely of course because they are being borne out in real time for me just now ...


"Joy is what happens when we allow ourselves to recognize how good things really are."
Marianne Williamson Author of A Return To Love

... see your art in a state of adjustment and creative development, rather than trying to fulfill some preconceived vision. I call it "dynamic painting" and it's quite magic. It could be called "dynamic writing" or even "dynamic living."

The dynamic artist improvises as she goes along. She thinks on her feet. Her eyes and her mind are constantly weighing opportunities and making judgments and adjustments. Somewhat dependent on intuition, she also has knowledge of the variety of ways each passage might be handled. Perhaps the most valuable dynamic ploy is to constantly ask the question, "What could be?" With this question, the work of art evolves and comes out of itself.

Robert Genn

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