The Whole Artist

Can’t be seen in one piece of art

Photo by Martino Pietropoli on Unsplash

When you look at an artist’s work, you can’t look at one piece and know the whole artist. One piece of work is just a bleep on the radar. Especially in today’s world. You can’t just look at one post, or one blog, or one short story, poem, whatever. You have to follow the artist. Follow them with the intent to understand where their work is coming from and for the most dedicated followers, where it…

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A writer and sensitive realist who takes risks with the intention of progress

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