Personal Development Creativity—Revisit the Past to Redirect Existing Skills

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by Milon Townsend

Art making tends to be a restless endeavor. If artists allow themselves to become too settled, their work tends to lose its internal spark. Once an artist’s enthusiasm and inspiration are lost, making art becomes just another job. Looking back over earlier work, however, can get things moving in a new direction.

This article was originally published on page 26 of the May/June 2018 issue of Glass Art.



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