The Artist’s Journey

I just had to share this with my readers. Building Stamina and Seeking Grace: The Artist’s Journey was the keynote address to the Silk Painters International Festival given by Jane Dunnewold.

Jane speaks about creativity, dealing with the internal critic, the importance of developing your technique, and to slowing down in order to focus on what is best for your work. So settle down with a cuppa and a bit of stitching, as this talk is really worth taking some time out and listening to, I promise.

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15 Comments

  1. Oh boy, did I ever need to hear this. I have admired Jane Dunnewold for a looooong time although I have never done any of the things she does – just wanted to. Now I know I have no more excuses. The committee has to go, the rebel can be indulged, the writer encouraged and best of all – yay, I am perfect after all, I also need a little work but that’s neither here nor there.

    Thank you for posting this, Sharon. I think more people should listen and take note; what she says transcends making art to encompassing anything and everything any of us attempt.

    Chris
  2. Have just sat and listened to the full version. I understand why you shared it! What an excellent talk. Really thought provoking and inspiring, I found myself filling several pages with ideas, notes and drawings as I listened.

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