A Process of Passion

A few thoughts about the process! 🙂

Artful Words

IMG_3198“If the path be beautiful, let us not ask where it leads.”
Anatole France

Being an artist is hard work. All artists know this to be true, and whether or not you’re actively selling your work, the process is at times a lengthy and complex one. But this process is fueled by passion, by the will to create, inspire and share with the world.

Personally for me, my art and writing work are both callings in life. I do it because I love it. I share it because I want to. And, yes, occasionally I do make a dollar or two at it. Though I’d love for this work to be my livelihood, at this point in time it doesn’t quite make the ends meet. But of course I am certainly hopeful and sure that in the near future it will..

In the meantime, I work a rather taxing…

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4 thoughts on “A Process of Passion

  1. Beautiful paintings. I’m a writer. I remember when I used to work as a night clerk for a hotel (or any other shift). It’s hard to find time to write when you want nothing more than to sleep. We don’t do what we do because we get paid for it (wouldn’t that be nice) and yet it’s still worth doing. Keep at it! and thanks for following my blog.

    1. Thank you! I’m also a writer as well, and you’re right, the worth in doing what we do is much more valuable than money. At the end of the day, doing what you love and what you feel compelled to do is truly what matters most. 🙂

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