Archive for 'Creativity'
Few sensible authors are happy discussing the creative process — it is, after all, black magic, and may lose its power if we look that particular gift horse too closely in the mouth. — Edward Albee, Three Tall Women (Forward)Full Story
All things were together. The mind came and arranged them.–AnaxagorusFull Story
The overriding thing must be the greatness of the conception, the dark piled-up mass, the trembling light over everything, and the fearlessness of the human heart which shows things as they are and likes them that way.–Bertolt BrechtFull Story
Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.–Thomas EdisonFull Story
There lives in the sculptor’s soul something which compels him to imbue his intentions with a heroic boldness and with a joy in achieving monumental effects.–Ernst BarlachFull Story
I should compose with utter confidence a subject that set my blood going, even though it were condemned by all other artists as anti-musical.–Giuseppe VerdiFull Story
There are so many selves in everybody and to explore and exploit just one is wrong, dead wrong, for the creative person.–James DickeyFull Story