|"Skull of a Skeleton with Burning Cigerette," Vincent van Gogh (1885 - 1886), oil on canvas|
I have torn up paintings when still wet!
John Alcock: Yes, indeed a vast sea of white canvas is intimidating as we feel we must have a creative idea or concept to consume it. Our very creative nature demands an answer to this perplexing problem.
Ann Mundy: I find art an addiction. It's a way to lose myself and calm me down. Regardless of the outcome, I always learn something.
Andrea Spinelli: I paint to earn a living every single day of my life. Usually, I receive commissions-orders from art dealers. I am not afraid at all. It has become a natural and spontaneous thing like eating or breathing.
|"Changing Weather," photograph by Stefan van Drake|
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