Words of Wisdom: On Schedules and “Being in the Mood”

by Matthew Innis |

When I was younger, I was mislead by well-intentioned people that taught me that art was a matter of temperament.  I cannot recall the number of times I was told that, “artists only paint when they are in the mood.”  And though I will admit that there are days in the studio when everything clicks…

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