Thursday, November 3, 2016

Keeping on the Art Path

I have heard a small part of this speech often, however the whole speech is the kind of speech a creative can go back to when inspiration is low.
I heard about this Neil Gaiman video on a very art inspirational podcast I listen to often at insomnia time. This particular podcast interview was the first time I laughed out loud in the middle of the night because Joey Feldman and 'Youngman Brown' (the podcast interviewer) both shared some honest and funny insights.

Stay inspired...especially in this edgy election time! Stay inspired when medical insurance for Indies is climbing to inhuman heights! Stay inspired when daylight savings time and cloudy Fall days start to darken our much needed light. Stay inspired when your own personal life challenges loom large. Make inspiration larger than anything life flings at us! It's easy to forget to have fun or to forget to laugh....or to just get sucked into the many rabbit hole distractions this era brings. (Fortunately videos and podcasts can play while we're creating.) Creative expression is IMPORTANT! I hope these two talks keep you on your creative path no matter what goes on out there!


Mary Varville-Rodriguez said...

I tried to find your book on the amazon site from your blogs, but it wasn't working. Please let me know where I can find it. Thanks!

TiCo said...

Hi Mary--
Thank you for your comment! That first book on the blogsite seems to be out of print. However, it was updated into the more modern version of "Quotes Illustrated" (the version with the yellow cover underneath the blue out-of-print version.) The yellow-covered version has more artists' work included than the first out-of-print version. And I see with the glamorous life of art creation...the yellow-covered version of the book is available used on Amazon for about 48 cents!!!!
Thank you for visiting my blog. I am honored for your visit and comment!

Karthik Reddy said...

Superb and awesome post of "Keeping on the Art Path"

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