by kbaier on September 9, 2008This book is not solely for the visual arts, but anything artistic: music, writing, dancing,
or even the enjoyment of these things. It is written by an author who has helped herself
as an artist, and then began to help others with creativity block.
She has the reader take account of their life and its many influences and adds
discernment to areas that cause guilt, shame, and apathy; that are keeping
the artist hindered in pursuit of goals and self fulfillment.
I think anyone who is struggling in their life can benefit from this book. It is an
encouragement for people to practically pursue their hopes, while finding the
good things already in their life.
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