The name came to me in that moment of frustration when I realized I would never be satisfied with my artwork

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I now choose to release my artwork out into the world and never give it a second thought. The attention span of a goldfish is 7 seconds, and I will only allow myself 7 seconds to critique a finished piece. After that I move on.

https://forgetfulgoldfishart.wordpress.com/2021/02/14/hello-and-welcome-to-my-blog

In titling my own work, words with the depth of meaning I seek are sometimes elusive — art often expresses things that language does awkwardly or inadequately

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Thanks to my artist friends for their contributions. Your opinions on the topic are welcome, whether you are someone who makes art or simply enjoys the art others create.

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What’s in a Name?

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Those of you who follow my blog know I’m constantly remarking about how powerful and fun words are.  I love words.  And if you can tell a story and manage to raise the image you’re trying to paint in another person’s mind, well, that’s when storytelling becomes art.

I love it when words can be used in alternative tenses.  Past, present, and future.  But they can also be used in multiple fashions.  As a noun, adjective, and verb.  All three.

But have you ever seen a proper noun be used with such multiplicity?

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