Welcome to the Art, Life & Faith Question of the Week #3.
[W]hat does a good day look like for you as an artist? I’m a writer, so most of my work is done creating by myself. I have good days and bad days with whatever I’m working on. So, I’m always curious what a good day looks like for other artists like you? I’m interested in the rhythm and flow of your day. What is going on in your heart and mind? How are you interacting with the work you’re creating? How do you deal with creative challenges? What does the integration of your art, life & faith look like as you work on your craft? Read on…
As an artist, what does a good day look like?
(Describe what has happened in your heart, mind, spirit, and the work itself. What has happened at your desk, in the studio, wherever you practice your art or the people you work with. How do you feel at the end of the day? )
I’d love your comments.
In case you missed…
Question of the Week #2: How do you define success?
Question of the Week #1: What is the worst thing someone has said to you about WHY you SHOULDN’T pursue your art?
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