[Might Could Essays]
I’ve written over 100 essays on living, working, and making as an artist. These essays are like a personal journal that allows me to reflect on the ongoing process of discovering and developing myself as an artist. Some common themes are overcoming creative obstacles, developing a personal style, and pondering what it means to live as an artist.
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Might Could Essays
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What Creative Season Are You In: Part 2 Alright, alright, alright! I’m back with Part 2 of What Creative Season Are You In. In this
Before having a baby, I thought about my art primarily in terms of hours, days, and weeks. I would look forward and think, “Ok, I
I’ve changed many of my mindsets over the past few years. But if I had to pin-point the one mindset shift that changed my art
I’ve written about social media and artists before. But it’s something that’s been tugging at me again lately, and yesterday it all kinda came to
Contrary to what you might think, your artistic style is not something you discover all at once. It’s not a chest of gold you just
Mornin’ y’all! Yesterday I was reading an interview with Dolly Parton in the New York Times, where she echoed an idea I talk about a
I often argue against labeling art—especially our own art—”Good” or “Bad”. I believe there’s something to be learned and gained from every piece of art
I recently took a break writing these creativity essays. I partially paused the essays so I could meet the deadline for my latest book. But
October can be a busy time for us artists. Each year, thousands of artists around the world use this month to focus on drawing daily