Imagine you’re a writer, but the words won’t come. Could you bargain with creativity to get past your writer’s block? Oliver Sacks found himself in that very situation back in 1968: he was struggling to finish his first book, and got stuck. He imposed a deadline on himself that, while it got him writing again, came with a terrible cost. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Gilbert (the author of Eat Pray Love…one of the most popular books ever), wanted to find a way to, as she puts it, “live a creative life without cutting your ear off.” She offers some advice for doing …
"Today [February 20, 2014], the celebrated sculpture ‘La Muse endormi’ (1910) by Constantin Brancusi arrived in the museum. This work belongs to The Art Institute of Chicago. It seldom travels. Thanks to the quality of the Rotterdam collection, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen is able to obtain an important piece such as this on loan.” (Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen)
these are works by other people/artists that i am thinking about. please feel free to pass anything along if you think there's anything I should be checking out.
I do not look at art as much as maybe some other people do. I update this blog sporadically. The ultimate intent for this blog is for me to keep a record of work I have seen; work I am interested in; works I hope to remember. I look at art as a leach.