Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Let me try again!

After posting my last blog entry, I realized that I repeated myself quite a bit from the previous blog. Wouldn't have that problem if I posted more often, now would I? Also, didn't want to leave the impression that I thought artists that didn't spend a lot of time drawing weren't doing things "right" somehow. Not at all! Getting back to drawing is important.....for me. In my artistic journey, this is what I need to do now to improve. To really improve, I need to spend more time doing art, any art; drawing, painting, whatever! So, having said that, I will end this entry and get to it!

1 comment:

  1. I agree that it isn't necessarily a matter of right vs. wrong when it comes to drawing, but I do think that the practice of drawing rests at the the heart of honing one's ability to "see" well. I could write an essay on this topic, but I'll spare you the torure for now. Suffice it to say that the inadvertant examination of a subject as a result of drawing it, sparks in the artist a sudden awareness of that subject, or aspects of it, that had previously gone completely unnoticed beforehand - life's little surprises. The blinders come off!