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

David Bayles
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

The __________ of artists might be ordinary, but it touches the face of something transcendent, according to the authors. (from Chapter 9, The Human Voice)

2.

Art comes from one's _____________ in one's own life, according to the authors, not from simply viewing art. (from Chapter 5, Finding Your Work)

3.

Artists should not worry about being misunderstood as ___________ to the understanding can produce bad art. (from Chapter 4, Fears About Others)

4.

Art existed long before ____________, according to the authors, but some artists feel that they need these anyways. (from Chapter 6, The Outside World)

5.

An artist can not be afraid of having a part of themselves ________ when they stop creating for a time, according to the authors. (from Chapter 3, Fears About Yourself)

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