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V is for vulnerable

A pencil doing circles, drawing and erasing
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Shake it up. The only reason to play it safe is to blend in. But the artist wants to be vulnerable.

Unsure of their work but certain of their originality and passion, the maker prides themselves on self-expression. They’d rather show their work then let it sit in the tiny backwater of the internet.

Art can appear egotistical, but it's more of a sign of individuality and wakefulness.

The will to feel alive runs through the canvass. Grounded in the moment, creators strive for originality and the quality of the experience.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of four books.

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