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The Atelier Project

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Artists in all manner of media gathered to share thoughts about creativity. This book is an exploration, illumination, and celebration of the creative process. .
Paperback, 1st, 140 pages
Published April 2015 by Blurb
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Ruth Dahl
Dec 27, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A collection of essays by various artsy people, ranging from musicians to writers, poets, artists, even to the costume "wrecker" from Outlander.
I read this at just the right time, after I had recovered (kind of) from the closing of a major project.
It not so much inspired me to start another project (I wasn't kidding about not being recovered) as made me just start to think about being more intentional about my own creative process.
I didn't absolutely LOVE every entry, but they all made me thin
Annie Runkel
May 16, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The book is full of insight about the creative process. It includes a number of interviews with different artists, musicians and photographers which I found very interesting. The stories and poems which are included then add another angle to the subject. It is a wonderful collection and a great read.
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