Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Robert Genn says "Leave Your Lines In the Water"

Esoterica: By spreading yourself over several jobs at once, you amortize your creativity and give each work the advantage of contemplation over time. Amazingly, when you pick up a painting that has been abandoned for a day or two, you can often cut right to its problems and solve at least some of its weaknesses. This is also a good time to ask what more might add interest or depth to a composition. No matter how difficult the puzzle, you still have a fair degree of control. You need to keep your options open, ask "What could be?" and leave your lines in the water.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

從來愛都不知它的深度,非得等到別離的時候.................................................................

Anonymous said...

人不能像動物一樣活著,而應該追求知識和美德............................................................

建邱勳 said...

人類的聰明,並非以經驗為依歸,而是以接受經驗的行程為依歸。..................................................

文王廷 said...

精彩,thanks!............................................................

Anonymous said...

活是一種鍛鍊靈魂的東西..................................................................

Anonymous said...

要持續更新下去喲!!期待~~............................................................