Art and Fear, the 1993 artist’s survival guide written by David Bayles and Ted Orland just never gets old. Last February I reviewed the book and included six of my favorite quotes. It’s time to revisit that post and bookmark it as a reminder to read this timeless classic again and again.
Read the post, Six Quotes From Art & Fear.
My favorite quote at the moment:
“Look at your work and it tells you how it is when you hold back or when you embrace. When you are lazy, your art is lazy; when you hold back, it holds back; when you hesitate, it stands there staring, hands in its pockets. But when you commit, it comes on like blazes.”