What Great Artists Need: Solitude
The lesson author Dorthe Nors took from Ingmar Bergman: It's not drugs, poverty, or wild lovers that make a great writer. It's discipline and time alone.
i like reading about all types of artists – there are many common grounds.. solitude * alone is one of them.. Good Read *thumbs up*
“You know the cliché: You're out on the town, you're doing drugs, you're drinking, you're running on the walls, you're pissing on the fireplace. It’s a cliché. Often you run into artists who live that life—and at one point, you find out that they're not actually producing that much art. They're living the life of the artist without the work. | the atlantic (read more..)