Q: Can you describe your entire body of work in six words or less?
A: Only if I forget what it took to get me to this point! I remember all too well the long periods of study, hard work, self-doubt, self-nurturing, disappointments, setbacks, risks, focus, drive, discipline, joy, detours, fallow periods, rejections, perseverance, etc. that have gone into sustaining an art career for nearly thirty years. There are no blueprints and few role models for a successful artist’s life. (Even the meaning of “success” as an artist is difficult to define). I invite others, who surely can be more objective, to attempt a summation of my entire body of work in a few words.
Comments are welcome!
Posted on August 23, 2014, in An Artist's Life, Art Works in Progress, Black Paintings, Creative Process, New York, NY, Pastel Painting, Photography, Studio, Working methods and tagged art, artist, attempt, blueprints, body of work, Britta Konau, define, describe, detours, disappointments, entire, fallow, forget, hard work, intrinsic, invested, invite, joy, life, meaning, nothing, nurturing, objective, periods, perseverance, remember, rewards, role models, self-doubt, self-nurturing, Studio, study, success, successful, summation, surely, sustaining. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.