Jung on art

Every great work of art is objective and impersonal, and yet profoundly moving. The personal life of the artist is at most a help or a hindrance, but is never essential to his creative task. His personal career may be interesting & inevitable, but it does not explain his art. Carl Jung

What “monopainting” is

I started painting in college. I was a creative writing major who discovered late in my college career that my childhood tendency to draw tanks and spaceships was hinting at a deep desire to make art. What I learned, thanks to my mentor Dale Johnson, was to paint landscapes on canvas. I still love juicy,Continue reading “What “monopainting” is”