Friday, March 11, 2011


"The hardest part of artmaking is living you life in such a way that your work gets done, over and over - and that means, among other things, finding a host of practices that are just plain useful. A piece of art is the surface expression of a life lived within productive patterns. Over time, the life of a productive artist becomes filled with useful conventions and practical methods, so that a string of finished pieces continues to appear at the surface." pg. 61-62, Art and Fear by David Bayles and Ted Orland

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