Words of Wisdom: David Bayles and Ted Orland

by Matthew Innis |

      Were talent a prerequisite, then the better the artwork, the easier it would have been to make.  But alas, the fates are rarely so generous.  For every artist who has developed a mature vision with grace and speed, countless others have laboriously nurtured their art through fertile periods and dry spells, through…

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