Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking Quiz

David Bayles
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

The authors also want the reader to find out why so many artists _________ as this will help to educate them. (from Chapter 9, The Human Voice)

2.

A true artist will not be afraid of their art, but will learn to ___________ the art as well as the fear, according to the authors. (from Chapter 5, Finding Your Work)

3.

The authors believe that artists should set expectations for ___________ in their work, as opposed to aiming for perfection. (from Chapter 3, Fears About Yourself)

4.

The authors want the reader to follow the __________ that arise from contact with the work itself and the obstacles will move out of the way. (from Chapter 9, The Human Voice)

5.

It is hard to produce the same sort of art from another's ______________, according to the authors, is impossible. (from Chapter 5, Finding Your Work)

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