Nature of the Artist. by Byron Rogers

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' if I felt no love for nature and my work, then I would be unhappy.’. Nature of the Artist's Soul The artist's soul is like wildflowers growing in a ditch. The artist's soul is like the bee, busily gathering sustenance from God's beauty, returning to the nest of the studio and transforming the pollen of inspiration into the honey of art, a sweetness for all.

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