I understand Jackson Pollock more than any other artist.
I feel so deeply when reading van Gogh that I have to stop and catch my breath.
I want to be bold. I want to take creative risks. The colors of Klee and Gauguin are honest, and bold. Sometimes I don't feel so bold as to put on canvas what I truly want to put there.
I wonder if all artists know they speak through art, that it's their language. But do other artists feel as though they're constantly searching for their voice? I know art is my language but I'm struggling right now to find the voice of today.