Episode 026: Those Hands Look Weird

12 Aug

Episode 026: Those Hands Look WeirdThis week on the show we have Lucy Bellwood in the studio to jaw about artistic insecurities. Self worth, work ethic and being praise shy.

And of course we talk about birds for a while.

Episode 026: Those Hands Look Weird

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4 Responses to “Episode 026: Those Hands Look Weird”

  1. Animus August 16, 2013 at 10:13 am #

    The audience doesn’t notice anything that an artist would

    • Jesse David Morgan August 16, 2013 at 8:59 pm #

      This idea fascinates me because it’s true, however, many artists operate within a community of other, respected artists who also view their work. I think minute or unnoticeable detail exists to impress this community as well as to help give the creator a barometer they can use to measure the progress they’ve made in their work.

      This is something I think about a lot, thanks for dropping it in the comments!

  2. Jason Nelson August 17, 2013 at 3:28 am #

    At this point what I’ve learned is to not comment on hardly anything. Artists don’t like to hear critiques much (understandably) and I’m in no real position to legitimately critique any piece of art (I know nothing about painting or sculpting or anything). Pile on top of this that I’m a heterosexual white male, an over-represented perspective, and there’s little reason for me to vocalize my thoughts on art past general observations. Thankfully I don’t need to say anything about any particular piece of art to enjoy the heck out of it.

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