An interviewer noted Laurel Holloman had “a very successful niche for herself as an indie film / cutting edge TV actress” before she shifted her career to being a painter. Holloman summarizes: “I was in the middle of a transition. I went back to [Tribeca in] New York where I first started acting and felt […]
As part of the 2018 Transformational Author Experience, host Christine Kloser is providing a free Playbook with contributions by multiple authors including Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy, better known as SARK. SARK has sixteen titles in print, with two million books sold. Here is a brief excerpt from her section of the Playbook: Sometimes a concurrence […]
Creating may often include anxiety and other sorts of fear. We need to develop courage and learn how to deal with these feelings to be more fully creative.
“Art work is ordinary work, but it takes courage to embrace that work.”
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The late Jane Russell famously starred in “The Outlaw” in 1943. In 2006, at 84, she was singing Cole Porter songs in a review she helped create called “The Swinging Forties.” Other examples of mature creators include these: At 96 Martha Graham premiered her choreographed work The Maple Leaf Rag. Sidney Sheldon wrote his last […]
How do you respond to a project that does not really work, perhaps something you choose to abandon? How can we benefit from making mistakes? In her article “18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently,” Carolyn Gregoire writes, “Resilience is practically a prerequisite for creative success, says [psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman]. “Doing creative work is often described […]