On Not Being Able to Paint

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J.P. Tarcher, 1983 - Art - 184 pages
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Discusses the nature of creativity, the separation of artistic expression from real life, technique to release one's creative impulses, and a new approach to painting and drawing.

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I found this book an interesting and challenging psycho-analytic journey through one artist’s attempts to define and unlock her own creativity. The analysis side bordered on oversharing, I thought ... Read full review

Contents

Being Separate and Being Together
9
Outline and the Solid Earth
15
The Plunge into Colour
22
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