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Creativity Devotional – Slowly

“No great thing is created suddenly.” Epictetus (Greek philosopher) Thought: The older I get the more excited I become about learning new things. I find that I am interested in many subjects I would have never dreamed about years ago, … Continue reading

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Learning From Your Creative Mistakes

What do you do when you make creative mistakes?  Do you give up? Do you mentally beat yourself up? Do you quit? Do you throw your work away?  Do you try again? Or do you learn from your mistakes having … Continue reading

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Bored? You Can Learn How to Do Anything if You Can Read.

Do you ever get bored? Boredom seems to be a classic problem with students. Kids are so over-stimulated, they don’t know what to do when they have down time. I have heard many students say that they are bored with … Continue reading

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Learning From Other Artists – Interview with Russell Cushman Part II

The following is the second part of an interview with artist Russell Cushman. Russell was kind enough to answer numerous questions I had about his creative journey.  If you missed part one, I recommend beginning there. Russell, what hurdles have … Continue reading

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Learning From Other Artists – Interview with Russell Cushman

I love to pick other artist’s brains, to see what makes them tick. We can learn a great deal from other artists.  Their experiences can influence and direct our creative paths. Today you are in for a treat. I did … Continue reading

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