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the importance of variety in studio life

updated mon 15 apr 02


Dave Finkelnburg on sun 14 apr 02

I know you have said this before, and I appreciate the repeat. There's
wonderful wisdom in your post saying, ">A rewarding life is filled with
variety. Anyone who burns out on an
>initially productive endeavor doesn't have enough variety in their life.
>The variety is so critically important for the studio artist...."
I am one who has demonstrated the ability to burn out on a career. I'll
testify there is slightly more to preventing that burnout -- the whole thing
is really complex -- than simply maintaining variety...but it's an awfully
good start.
Dave Finkelnburg, off to garden for a bit in Idaho