Artdog Quote of the Week

At least, if we do it often enough, the voice may eventually be silenced. Some of us have rather persistent “internal recordings.”

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Artdog Quote of the Week

Not to be confused with “The Boy Who Lived,” but they live in the same neighborhood.

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Artdog Quote of the Week

When considering our choices, it is wise to reflect on what is and is not a genuine choice.

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Artdog Quote of the Week

This week’s quote is more specifically for the “writer side” of my life, though all of us could do to meditate upon it.

IMAGE CREDIT: I found this image on the “Quote it Artfully” Pinterest board of LMS Art, but haven’t found the actual source of this rendering. The quote itself is from Joyce Meyer, leader of the Joyce Meyer Ministries.

Artdog Quote of the Week

Here’s a really smart thing to keep in mind as you set out upon your week’s artful work:

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Artdog Quote of the Week

This is a motto we all should inscribe someplace where we’ll never forget it.

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Artdog Quote of the Week

I respect Henri Matisse a great deal, and it is probable he knew more about art than I ever will.  Not sure I agree completely with this thought, but I do find it interesting.

IMAGE CREDIT: Many thanks to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Paula Kofoed’s Pinterest page, for this image.