How your practise art shapes what you are capable of creating. Here are my thoughts on the practise of art.
These are my central beliefs about art. They shape how I create, what I create and how I view the art of others.
An artist must produce a lot of work to become a good artist. Then build on your strongest works.
Learning technique from other artists is useful. Copying a style will only lead to frustration.
The importance of samples as a testing ground for techniques.
This is about technology helping my education, Then later how the switch from pure hand embroidery to reverse applique on the sewing machine also had an impact,
Some of the benefits of keeping a sketchbook to your art practise.
How brainstorming can help plan your art practise and how questions help this process. Also how brainstorming can be recorded as a mind map
A detailed analysis of how to choose an artist society including signs of an unhealthy society.