Articles tagged with "being-creative"

The Closet Artist

Why? In this time of internet opportunity, upload and download artist self-management, and free tools under our fingertips, why do closet artists still work overtime in order to keep their art under wraps?

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Understanding Happiness

I’ve often been asked how it all started, this journey of creativity that I find myself on. In the past I’ve gone through the long story as to how I got to be where I’m at, as it’s hard to give a short answer. This is not for lack of trying to find an abbreviated version, but rather it’s because every step of the way I’ve made very conscious decisions in order to stay on this road. Recently I realised that the one single thing that has led me here is the pursuit of happiness.

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Now FEB2017

Where I'm at right now

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Partnerships

It's a tough thing being a solo artist, having to rely on your own drive and motivation to get you through some of the darkest times. It can be a lonely occupation, one which can end up having go round and round in circles, it would seem. Whilst i have discovered my own ways to get things happening within myself, it remains a constant natter at my door, turning me inward more often than not, as i find myself getting in the way of myself.

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You Have a Choice

When it comes to our communities, one of the most biggest concerns I have, is that people generally seem to think they don't have a choice. They feel trapped in by circumstances. They feel they can't make the changes in their life because life makes it impossible. "I CAN'T do my art because I have to work to get an income", "I HAVE NO CHOICE but to put my child in childcare, even though at the end of the day I’m only $50 better off", "I CAN'T be successful, because no-one will give me any opportunities". These are very real beliefs, with real feelings attached, and real people suffering as a result. So, are the right? Do we really have a choice?

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