Private Ideas

It looks as though I got another comment posted on Robert Glenn’s Painter’s Keys under the subject title: The Knowledge.

For those of you out there who don’t know Robert Glenn, he writes a philosophically-based newsletter that discusses the significance of art. It’s pretty easy to digest, so those who haven’t fully read Socrate’s Apology won’t be intimidated by his [Glenn’s] yarn.

His site:

I just thought it was a great segment on which to comment. It’s amazing how folks are perceived by others, both from a personal & objective view point. This alone has taught me many a lesson on several planes, never to judge another merely by one’s scribbles. Let me just say that I hope that when I kick-off, no one goes thru my studio and decides to yank all of the pages from my notebooks and decide to have a freakin art show. If I wanted my notebooks in a show, I’d put them there!!! ūüėÄ

Topic: The Knowledge

You’ll find my post w/Chaser, one of my CalligraphyCats, adorning the text block.

Tell me… would you have that free n’easy feeling allowing others to take sneak peaks into your sketchbooks?

One thought on “Private Ideas

  1. Jeanne Rhea says:

    I wish I were good enough to sketch something that others would be able to decipher! But, if I did many sketches, I probably would not want anyone to ever see them.


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