Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

David Bayles
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Chapter 1, The Nature of the Problem

• Art making is a struggle, according to the authors.

• While many things impact the way that art is created, it can also be taught.

Chapter 2, Art & Fear

• Many artists quit their art due to a variety of reasons.

• Students of art also have troubles continuing as they often have no support.

• The fear of failure to execute one's vision is always present.

• Once the first few creative decisions have been made, the remaining decisions are often fixed.

Chapter 3, Fears About Yourself

• Many artists have fears about themselves.

• Artists worry they do not have talent.

• Perfection is another fear artists have about themselves.

• Fears come from the idea of 'magic' in great artists.

Chapter 4, Fears About Others

• The reactions of others matter even if art is made alone.

• Artists look for understanding.

• Artists should be careful about seeking acceptance.

• The authors try to...

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