If we are willing to put our creative work out there – into the world in some way – it will be judged and ranked. What if our book doesn’t make it to a bestseller list, our painting is not accepted by a gallery, our blog doesn’t show up on a Google page one, or […]
Jenna Avery writes: “I connected with Douglas’s work originally through my interest in highly sensitive people and his site HighlySensitive.org. “Eby describes creative visionaries as people who have a drive, passion, persistence, or consuming commitment to realize their creative ideas. “As visionaries, they have a sense of their work being so important, meaningful, and emotionally […]
“Art is never finished, only abandoned.”
That quote (attributed to both Leonardo da Vinci and Picasso) is most likely about the process of creating a piece of work – but what about abandoning even the attempt to create something: a pa…
A painter, cartoonist, and writer, among other disciplines, Lynda Barry served as an artist-in-residence at the University of Wisconsin last year, and is now an assistant professor of interdisciplinary creativity.
“I make my husband call me [Prof…
Linda Dessau, MTA, CPCC is a founder of Genuine Coaching Services; a music therapist accredited by the Canadian Association for Music Therapy, and a Certified Professional Co-active Coach. In this interview, Linda talks about her work as a therapist using singing and other forms of music, and how she helps people develop through creativity coaching. […]