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Art education is very restricted with mandated assessments, etc.
This book is a wonderful read for any artist to help them work through the difficulties facing them during the creative process.
I read it slowly over a period of a couple of months, and plan to pick it up and read a chapter here and there when I'm stuck.
Read this book required for a workshop. The first thing I did was create a studio I wanted to create in. This book steered me in the right direction. It is a process!Published 1 day ago by Elaine Edelberg
What a thought-provoking and inspired book that just drew me in and helped ease some of the "lonely weird" ways I've been feeling lately. Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Baltchik
There's a lot of information here and from the first two pages I knew this was just what I needed to help me propel me forward on my artistic journey.Published 7 months ago by Lili J. Mcgovern
A wonderful resource for the creative person. McNiff is a gentle, wise guide.Published 8 months ago by Leslie Anglin
This book is a down to earth informal discussion of what the artist's life is, and what is needed to make it work successfully! Highly recommended!Published 11 months ago by Color Wheel Publications (Consignment)
I think he says some things that a lot of artists and non-artists miss out on about letting go…letting go is very hard for me and I had to work hard at it to develop a lighter... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ronald Thomas
McNiff’s book is a good read for anyone who has (or would like to acquire) a creative outlook on life. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Rachel Henrie
I really enjoy this book. It is not a how to. It does not have pictures. It is just thoughts about creativity, thoughts about how letting go and allowing the art to take place... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ann Osgood