Monday, January 21, 2013

Make Good Art

Neil Giaman is a writer of novels, comic books, children's books, screenplays and many other things in multiple genres who has made a career of his writing for decades. He spoke at a university commencement last spring about being a creative person, making mistakes and sticking with it anyway. This is so inspiring to me and fits not just writers or artists, if you're not just heading into the real world, fresh from college, but have a dream you want to pursue, it still applies to you--not matter how old you are or what kind of dream it is.


 So go forward, and make good art.

1 comment:

Nichole Giles said...

I love that idea. Go forward and make good art. Perfect!