Articles tagged with "being-creative"

The Working Artist

Most artists find themselves in a situation where they need to supplement their income...bread-and-butter money, I call it. Sometimes it can be related work, such as teaching their art, but often it's more likely to be in another arena, which can be the polar opposite to their work as an artist.

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Searching for the Muse

There are times when inspiration abounds, when I find magic all around me, in the smallest things. But then there are times of emptiness, times where there seems to be nothing but a vacuum or a dark void. I get lost in it's vastness, the depth that seems to never end.

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The Labour of Love

I love it when I'm "in the zone" in the recording studio, when the music just seems to come out of me from nowhere, and when something from that moment hits a kind of sweet spot. I love that feeling of synchronicity, even if some of the bits are a bit rough, a few notes pretty jarring, and some of the playing sounded a lot better to me when I was actually playing it.

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Creative Tension

...that's what my friend Clare calls it. I'm refering to the stalling tactics i use on myself to avoid doing the very thing i love doing most of all

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The Art of one's life

Creative minds get inspired essentially because of what happens in their lives. It's a simple equation. A+B=C.

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