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posted by [personal profile] dglenn at 05:26am on 2006-07-16 under

From the Quotation of the day mailing list, 2005-12-28:

"If you're an artist, you do your art, no matter what it is. No matter whether or not anybody else sees it. If you're a writer, you write. If you're a painter, you paint. If it's good, you will probably sell it, but you will probably never make enough money to live on from your art alone -- hardly anybody does. Remember that your work can always be better than it is and that you can always improve your craft." -- Barbara Crafton, in The Geranium Farm
(submitted to the mailing list by Jeannette Cezanne)

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posted by [identity profile] metahacker.livejournal.com at 11:40pm on 2006-07-17
A good reminder.

(Goes back to writing.)



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