I'd like to share another example of how my brush sometimes seems to know what it's doing even when the rest of me might not. Maybe you have had an experience like this while creating? Every now and then when I least
In my early days of painting I thought that I would become a cool, hard-edged abstract painter. Maybe you can picture what I had in mind? Sort of contemporary chic and edgy, wearing a lot of black, so cool as to be
Photo above: During my brief "representational" phase, circa 1986
What have you learned in your own life about the steps to success?
How did you learn those lessons?
What role has a mentor (or your own experiences) played in helping you see
A few years into my fledgling career as a painter, I took another artist out for coffee. He was what I considered to be a successful artist—well-known with a well-established track record of sales and shows and accolades. I asked him
If you had been walking along 4th Avenue in Kitsilano one fall day in 2010, you might have seen an artist dancing in the street. That artist was me. I was dancing and singing “Yes, oh yes, oh yes!” and
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