Saturday, January 17, 2015


The "job" of any serious artist is not to reflect outward realities,  but to stay in touch with the essential randomness that precipitates change.  It is not about creating an "object" that is merely a mirror of something without being bent by imagination,  desire,  or impatience.  The intrusiveness of doubt is what brings a work of art alive,  especially for the artist caught in the process.  The idea of some kind of wrongness is to be cherished,  else the work tumbles into illustration. 

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