CONSTRAINTS … THE WEAKEST LINK.
CONSTRAINTS … THE WEAKEST LINK. I want to share with you a simple concept that cost me a few quid a while back. The guru that sold me the idea was Rich Shefren. At that time he was promoting a course on business success that seemed appropriate for me at the time. And it certainly opened up my eyes to see that there are lots of ways of enjoying being an artist and a business-person at the same time. Like so many other artists I had been very dubious about the possibility of be
Fellow Sklylark artist Jane Skinner
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Drawing huh! Why would anybody just do a drawing when they could make a painting?
DRAWING I don’t do much drawing nowadays. I used to, but I don’t seem to do so anymore. I mean, why would anybody just do a drawing when they could make a painting? Rembrandt. Self portrait. What’s wrong with drawing is that they usually are in just one colour, monochromatic, whereas making and manipulating colour is so exciting. A pencil drawing is grey. It is like the old days of black and white movies and television. Pen and ink drawing is messy, and a charcoal drawing is