I Believe In Artists

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I am no longer conducting interviews for this blog. Thank you for your interest.

Below is a list of the artists I have interviewed and what believing in art means to them.  Click on their names or photos to read their full interviews and see their work.

Kylie Ferriday
To me, believing in art means you’ll always be OK.

Claudia Gill
If it comes from your heart then it's Art.

Tracy Porter
Believing in art to me means being open to a certain fearlessness in oneself. 

Kelly Boler
I believe in art because... of the need for the universe to express itself and its need for witnesses.

Debb Dunn

I want my life canvas to absorb and be filled with as much color and beauty as it can hold!

Aprille Janes
To me, believing in art means trusting its magical power to connect us, despite our differences...

I believe art awakens our senses, opens our hearts and fills us with love and appreciation

Adam Baranello

To me, believing in art means Hope. 

Believing in art means trusting the value art has to change the world for the better always.

Giselle Denis

Believing in art, to me, means to trust the process. Trust yourself. 

 Believing in art defines who I am.  It is an essential part of my life - like breathing.

Victoria Lynn Hall

Believing in art means believing I will know something after I create art that I didn't know before I created it.

Linda Todd

"Believing in art" means to me........follow your heart, be true to yourself and be grateful for the talent you possess.

“Believing in art” means, to me, believing in myself and my ability to tap into something beyond myself.

Believing in art, for me, means believing that what you’re creating is important, and that it makes a difference.

Believing in art to an artist, is believing in themselves.

"Believing in Art", in its simplest form, is wanting to continue creating.

Believing in art is believing in life.

I believe art uplifts people by providing beauty and creates hope and a new way of viewing the world. 


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