Art Articles

“Creativity” by Tom Fair

“Creativity” by Tom Fair

According to major religious traditions, the original Creative Spirit (or Spirits) was (or were) some form of God (or gods)....

“What’s My Style? Part 1” by Jeannie Deva

“What’s My Style? Part 1” by Jeannie Deva

Some singers seem to fall into it automatically, while others, like kids in a candy store, seem to have too...

“What is Music?” by Tom Fair

“What is Music?” by Tom Fair

What is music? MUSIC IS A SCIENCE – AN ORGANIZED BODY OF KNOWLEDGE. There is a difference between music and...

“If You’re Doing It for the Money, You May Not Make Any” by Harriet Schock

“If You’re Doing It for the Money, You May Not Make Any” by Harriet Schock

Sometimes I have to pinch myself and remind myself it isn’t Kansas anymore-or wherever I came from way, way back,...

“Artistic Criticism: Constructive or Destructive?” by Jeannie Deva

“Artistic Criticism: Constructive or Destructive?” by Jeannie Deva

You might realize that you are most creative and sound your best when your creativity is not being challenged and...

“An Artist’s Dilemma” by Tom Fair

“An Artist’s Dilemma” by Tom Fair

You are an artist. You live on a planet that is in a terrible state of turmoil. Lives are ruined...

“Straight Lines” by Harriet Schock

“Straight Lines” by Harriet Schock

The shortest distance between two points is a straight line. Isn’t that what we learned in school? And it applies...

“Is Singing Hard The Road To Vocal Ruin?” by Jeannie Deva

“Is Singing Hard The Road To Vocal Ruin?” by Jeannie Deva

Can you use it and not lose it? As you may know from experience, singing hard is a style that...

“What Is An Artist?” by Tom Fair

“What Is An Artist?” by Tom Fair

There are sectors of society in which the artist is a vague and faraway, even fabled figure. It’s all dependent...

“Defaulting To The Nearest Cliché” by Harriet Schock

“Defaulting To The Nearest Cliché” by Harriet Schock

Computer language gives rise to lots of analogies. For instance, I think metaphors are like icons which can be dragged...