The Lives of Talented Creatives

Another gem from David Rogers featuring the beautiful paintings of Richard Claremont who I follow on twitter. I highly recommend for all creatives and for anyone associated with a creative…….

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Painting of cherry pink blossom tree Cherry Blossom Tree in Shinjuku Garden by Richard Claremont

Creatives do exceptionally well what others find difficult, and that is the definition of a talent. Talent is the distinguishing quality of creatives, usually talent in one field.  Although a creative can be very talented in more than one area, as many bloggers are, as Vincent van Gogh, a wonderfully expressive writer of letters as well as painter was, the creative’s talent in one area dominates. My seven year old grandson is a much better painter than I am because he is gifted in art, and I certainly am not. (It doesn’t take long for the buds of talent to burst into bloom in a child). My talents are linguistic, and of all the arts I, who grew up in home where music filled the house, I’ve always wished I could write beautiful music–but I can’t.

I have a composer friend…

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8 thoughts on “The Lives of Talented Creatives

  1. Jet Eliot

    Thanks for sharing David’s post on Creatives, Janet, very enjoyable. I especially enjoyed looking at the stunning artwork of Richard Claremont. whew.

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  2. dancingpalmtrees

    It’s Cherry Blossom season in New York City and I’ve been taking photographs of every Cherry Blossom Tree I encounter in Brooklyn. The season is short so I must capture as much beauty as possible.

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    1. janetweightreed10 Post author

      That sounds like the perfect thing to do. I have been in New York many times during this season and it is beautiful…..Enjoy and thank you so much for the comment. Janet 🙂

      Reply

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