a tickle of words to create smiles

The end-product is simply the by-product of my joy. ~ Dr. Angela Kowitz Orobko

What is art and writing to me? Should it  be more expressive and intuitive or deliberate and technical (commercialized)? Should it be for the creator or the spectator? Should it be about the process or the end-product?

In my heart and soul I feel art and writing are expressive and intuitive processes where deliberate technique needs to take a backseat. It is the only way I know how to be creative. My favorite art pieces are the ones that had no plan…they simply evolved. My favorite articles are those that were written in the moment; however, I do find I need a concept map to outline my major writing projects that are over 100 pages long.

My art is more for the creator and less for the spectator. If I visually delight others as much as I delight myself in the process, then I am TWICE blessed. I write about what I most want to read. I keep the reader in mind, me. If it is boring to me, then I know others will be bored. I interject humor when I can, because I enjoy getting a chuckle when I read.

I wholeheartedly feel that art and writing are about the processes and not necessarily the end-products. When the end-product turns out AMAZING erstwhile I delight in creating it, then I am in total ecstasy…but for me, it is all about the process. The end-product is simply the by-product of my joy.

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Comments on: "What is art and writing to me?" (6)

  1. I am glad that you are getting as much joy in creating your messages as I get reading them. Keep the positive messages coming; I am sure many of your readers get a boost out of your blog, but are hesitent to post a comment.

  2. Awesome post. 🙂

  3. Oh Angi you are definitely doubly blessed both by your wonderful writings each day and by your amazing art! I feel blessed to find both in my inbox each day! Love and hugs Lizzie

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