> By the way, whoever said that "Art and Fear" wasn't
> all that inspiring, I would have to agree, and this is
> coming from someone who has been trying to find her
> niche in art making for a long time. I'm sure there's
> no real cure for artist's block, but does anyone have
> any ideas?
I found a lot of simple truth in "Art and Fear".
We already take a bit of the book's advice. Several of us
get together every Tuesday evening at one of the High Schools
to paint. It helps to surround yourself with a support group.
It is also a great idea to set aside the time to paint or some
nights just refill your palette and talk. Tuesday becomes a
special "sacred" time for me.
Go Paint, Woody in KC