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Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Glazing Life by Glaiza Lee

Dante’s divergence

How Dante Palmes escaped artist’s block while working on new exhibit Even the most talented artists can experience stagnation. They reach a career plateau, having achieved a certain level of skill, and their work ceases to progress. The key, then, isn’t just about talent or skill. It’s about the ability to continually learn and relearn. Most people tend to be comfortable with where they are. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. But...

Breaking the canvas

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Her world in arts

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Art comes with a cost and a cause

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