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post #1 of Old 06-01-2018, 09:44 AM Thread Starter
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Do you talk about your art?

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Artists sometimes have a reputation for being reclusive or antisocial – it goes along with the brooding artist stereotype. If you want to be successful as an artist, however, you’re going to have to put yourself (and your art) out there and that means talking to your audience. It can be difficult to talk about your art sometimes but by following these tips – and with plenty of practice – you can learn how to do it. Simple Tips for Learning How to Talk About Your Art
Do you talk about your art?

Is it a struggle for you or does it come naturally?

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post #2 of Old 07-04-2018, 09:20 AM
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Do you talk about your art?

Is it a struggle for you or does it come naturally?
I do not agree with this. WHY do we have to be introspective to a degree most people would never be able to sustain, on a daily basis, but also somehow be bright and perky for the public? since when are both these roles expected of artists? all that does is diminishes art and create categorizations of it that are based not on its value but on its economic value. That is certainly an aspect, but if it is put at the indisputable pinnacle , before the intangible that is the essence of art , which is responsible for expressing ...something... within a given moment in time and place, we all loose. Big time.
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Yes I talk about my art and I am just a beginner. When I create jewelry pieces that I consider art I talk about that too.
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