February 11th, 2023 | 33 mins 46 secs
art, boundaries, clients, creativity, family, friends, rebecca crowell, studio space, time management
Privacy and solitude are important factors in producing creative work, allowing an artist to feel secure to explore and take the time needed to develop meaningful work without judgement or observation. Yet the outside world can sometimes push against these needs. It may seem hard to set the boundaries around your studio time, to preserve the time and space you need to focus exclusively on your work without distractions.
November 13th, 2020 | 39 mins 52 secs
advice, art, boundaries, creativity, personal development, rebecca crowell, rules, tradition
The limitations and parameters we place for ourselves in the studio can have both positive and negative effects on our work. Like so many aspects of art practice, the challenge is to find a personal balance that suits us—in this case somewhere between being too rigid and too scattered. What rules do we set for ourselves and how well do they serve us? Are there rules that we accept from other people that don’t suit us, personally? Can our own helpful boundaries shift over time?