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Gail Caduff-Nash Quotes

Quotes by Gail Caduff-Nash - (7 quotes)

Gail Caduff-Nash - From the Artists category:

There's nothing about being an artist that is terribly practical. (Gail Caduff-Nash)

Gail Caduff-Nash - From the Habit category:

People are creatures of habit, it's often said, and being an artist is breaking free from all those habits to try and find your own response to things. (Gail Caduff-Nash)

Gail Caduff-Nash - From the Seeing category:

'Seeing' is the talent - seeing within, seeing what can be, seeing what is. This 'seeing' could take 2 seconds or 2 years. (Gail Caduff-Nash)

Gail Caduff-Nash - From the Solitude category:

The main reason for the solitude to work is because people won't shut up when they're around, which makes it hard to hear yourself imagine. (Gail Caduff-Nash)

Gail Caduff-Nash - From the Subject category:

Why not use other art as a subject of art? If you look around these days, it's really hard to NOT include other art into your own when you're painting real things. Everything has art on it now, from bed sheets to bumpers, from t-shirts to tomato sauce. (Gail Caduff-Nash)

Gail Caduff-Nash - From the Titles category:

Art with titles such as She Lay Dreaming on Sands of Martian Warmth or The Transcendental Lives of Kumquats really seem to sell paintings. Maybe to people with no imaginations of their own. (Gail Caduff-Nash)

Gail Caduff-Nash - From the Worth category:

Everything is transient, unlikely to last and destructible. Even Leonardo lost some of his work. The very tenuous nature of art makes it more valuable. (Gail Caduff-Nash)