An Artists Relationship With Their Art

Creatively Dealing With Stress: An Artist’s Relationship With Their Art – #7

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After so many questions related directly to our art, I wanted to ask about how other artists deal with mental and/or emotional stressors. I know first hand that there can be a lot of things going on in life that can trigger stress, and even though art itself can be an excellent way to relieve […]

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An Artists Relationship With Their Art

Clogged Creativity: An Artist’s Relationship With Their Art – #6

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Sometimes it can be hard to admit, but when we’re stressed, have a ton of crap on our minds and/or our emotions are out of whack, we are just not very creative. And try as we might, as much as we know getting into some kind of creativity will help us feel better, its just […]

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An Artists Relationship With Their Art

Defining the Relationship: An Artist’s Relationship With Their Art – #5

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The last 4 weeks, I’ve been talking with other artists about various aspects of our relationship with our art. We’ve talked about what its like to live through our art, having an emotional attachment to our art, handling rejection from others, and separating how someone feels about our creations vs how they feel about us. […]

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An Artists Relationship With Their Art

Friend, Fan, or Foe? An Artist’s Relationship With Their Art – #4

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Last week, I asked artists about handling rejection. This week, I wanted to take a deeper look at how we, as artists, perceive how people react to our art and our relationships with them. Are they a friend, our fan, or a foe? I’ve often thought that if someone didn’t like my art, then obviously […]

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An Artists Relationship With Their Art

Handling Rejection: An Artist’s Relationship With Their Art – #3

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Gosh, sometimes it can be so hard to figure out if you’re being rejected or your art is being rejected. Thinking to yourself “They don’t like my art, so they don’t like me either.” Whats an artist to do? I’ve asked myself this question so many times! How am I supposed to handle rejection? It […]

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An Artists Relationship With Their Art

Emotional Attachment: An Artist’s Relationship With Their Art – #2

Posted Emily Rose The Lost Category

I have personally gone through times when I was very emotionally attached to my art, for various reasons; some were pieces that I invested a lot of emotional energy into, some I can look at today and still vividly recall the emotional place I was in when I made it. I’ve been on both the […]

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