“The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” – Syliva Plath

This past week has not been productive. And in the time I was working creatively, I was plagued by self-doubt. Regardless, it’s here to see.

Seven Apples WIP, Mar 20, 2016, Mixed Media on Canvas, 48" X 36"

Seven Apples WIP, Mar 20, 2016, Mixed Media on Canvas, 48″ X 36″

 

Stencil One WIP, Mar 20, 2016, Mixed Media on Canvas, 6" X 6"

Stencil One WIP, Mar 20, 2016, Mixed Media on Canvas, 6″ X 6″

 

Stencil Two WIP, Mixed Media on Masonite, 8" X 10"

Stencil Two WIP, Mixed Media on Masonite, 8″ X 10″

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8 thoughts on ““The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” – Syliva Plath

      • I had a similar feeling when contemplating woodcut patterns recently. But I think that you’re being hard on yourself. I saw a beautiful set of patterns and enjoyed the presentation. I know it must have taken some time and effort to make these. I appreciate that very much. xo

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    • I’m still debating about adding some coloured glazes to a couple of the apples. I’m afraid that I could just ruin it, but then that is the point of trying new things – risk equals reward as they say. Thanks for your kind remarks!

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      • Let us see it if you do, it looks beautiful as it is, the lines are so interesting, but like you say – art is trying our new things and ways and reactions too to what our eyes perceive. I look forward to hear what you decide – when or if you do.

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