Living the Artist’s Life Book
by Paul Dorrell, c 2004. 174 pages
Written in a conversational tone that resonates with energy and wisdom, Living The Artist’s Life is a unique work. Drawing on a lifetime of experience, touches on virtually every aspect of what it is like to be an artist—which is to embark on a journey without maps. He has made that journey, and has drawn many maps.
Relying on passion, sage advice, and a host of enlightening anecdotes, Dorrell keeps you engaged through each chapter. Whether instructing on how to photograph your work and get it into a gallery; or whether discussing subjects such as inspiration and self-doubt, Dorrell knows his ground. He also relates the rigors of his own gallery’s shaky start, his failures, his successes, and his dealings with New York agents and publishers, Dorrell being a novelist as well as an art dealer. Regardless of your discipline, you will benefit from the real-life guidance of this work.
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