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by Lewis Barrett Lehrman

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  • ISBN 0891344292
  • ISBN13 978-0891344292
  • Language English
  • Author Lewis Barrett Lehrman
  • Publisher North Light Books; 1st edition (September 1992)
  • Pages 138
  • Formats mobi docx lit lrf
  • Category Reference
  • Subcategory Encyclopedias and Subject Guides
  • Size ePub 1215 kb
  • Size Fb2 1625 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 333

Hardcover: 144 pages Publisher: North Light Books; 1st edition (September 1992) Language: English ISBN-10: 0891344292 ISBN-13: 978-0891344292 Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 9 x 11.5 inches Shipping Weight: 1 pounds

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Is living the artist's life a dream for you? Have you asked yourself what it would take for you to be a full-time artist? This book answers that question for you b. .

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Lewis E. "Lew" Lehrman (born August 15, 1938 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) is an American investment banker, businessman, Republican politician, economist, and historian who supports the ongoing study of American history based on original s.

Lewis E. "Lew" Lehrman (born August 15, 1938 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) is an American investment banker, businessman, Republican politician, economist, and historian who supports the ongoing study of American history based on original source documents. He was presented the National Humanities Medal at the White House in 2005 for his contributions to American History, the study of President Abraham Lincoln and monetary policy.

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Lewis Barrett Lehrman (Author).

Lewis Barrett Lehrman. My approach is based upon my belief that art is a celebration of these three: light, color and emotion. Although my work may sometimes follow divergent pathways, it is always centered around a reverence for these universal basics. With these constants firmly in mind, I carry forward a continual quest for new ways to express my feelings about them and their relevance in my world. My lifelong fascination and involvement with art is a continuation of a love affair that began at a very early age.

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Andromajurus
Very insightful and helpful book.

I picked this up at the library used-book store. The books there are so cheap that I grab anything they have about art. I usually wind up re-donating most of them, but this one was fabulous and is a keeper.

The author interviews 20 professional artists who make their successful living full-time off of their art. These artists are living comfortably, many teach and many have books out. Each artist has about 4 pages dedicated to their story, and a couple of photos of their work. I think the author is a watercolor artist, so many of these artists are also water color artists. Their medium does not matter though, because the path from unknown to professional was different for each one of them and could be applied to anyone.

The author asks questions that I think are very helpful: Could you always draw? Did you go to art school? Were your parents encouraging? How did you finally start selling? How did you get into galleries? If you could do it over again, what would you do differently? What advice would you give to a new artist? The answers are not cut and dry, but lead into insightful stories. I felt like I was right in the room learning along with the author.

Most artists struggled from the start. Not all could draw. Most did not go to art school. Some found art school a waste of time, while others regretted that they dropped out early. Some had other careers before they decided to devote their life to art. Every one of these artists has words of wisdom to pass one. My favorite was "The harder you work, the luckier you get" by Harley Brown.

Even though I paid $1.00 for this book, it was worth the $17.00 of duds that I bought along with it. I recommend this to all artists of all mediums who are trying to go professional in one way or another. I am 50 years old and just now trying to begin and art carrer. I found this to be very encouraging. After I finished reading it, I gave it to my daughter to encourage her as she begins art school.
Fenius
I've thoroughly have enjoyed this book! Reading about artist trials and struggles allows me to understand what it takes to be an artist and self employed. The experiences that these artist have shared are very inspiring and thought provoking. If you learn from other peoples experiences this book is a must have for the beginning artist and will also serve as a reminder for those veteran artist. Thank you Lewis for putting this book together, i've personally have enjoyed it every time I pick it up.