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The Artist’s Block

Recently, a friend asked me for advice because she had begun to dread going into the studio. I took the question very seriously because while a musician, I had a full on, catastrophic block that led ultimately to my putting … Continue reading

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Creative Hoarding

  Does this scenario sound familiar? You start in on a creative activity, a painting, a drawing, a story, a poem. You make a variety of decisions, essentially a first draft, then you start repairing parts that don’t work. The … Continue reading

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Philip Seymour Hoffman

  Philip Seymour Hoffman was, along with Edward Norton, one of my two favorite, well known artists these days. I refer to him often in my teaching and have always eagerly anticipated the release of whatever new project he had … Continue reading

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