Thats not all...... This is the one that I am REALLY reading!
Now all that is OK (after all it is 45 C degrees here and the power has been off for 24 hours)
But.... Dave King put on his post about John Updike dying and as I read him thousands of years ago he (Dave) has sparked my interest again so they will come down from the bookshelves and if not join the bedside community then they will be in the small shelves in the bedroom. Some of these are "dip in" but...it does become daunting.
One of my favourite painters is Nicholas de Stael, he makes it look so simple
The only solution is to keep going....with everything!
Back about Philip Glass.
He said that he felt his need to create was based on the river that was constantly running beneath him and he had to tap into it.
Now the way I begin is that I want to try something out, so is that enough inspiration...how do you move to the next step where you have to "say" something? And does that mean that "what" you have to say must have value for others...shades of the Rothko argument.
This is a drawing I thought I would like to etch ,.... so I guess that is about "trying out".