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Author: Sterling Hundley

Draw to make them listen

Draw to make them listen

I was a quiet, shy kid, but when I drew, people listened. Through drawing, I found my voice. I was able to give shape and clarity to my ideas. I was fortunate to have found an outlet for my thoughts at such an early age. Yet, for many, those ideas have stewed and marinated in their mind for decades with no easy way to get them out, let alone to take action on them. Each of us is overwhelmed with…

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So it begins

So it begins

By: Sterling Hundley We are told that creativity is an endless well of possibility. In reality, creativity is a system of logic addressing the imperceptible. Artists have the role of drawing imperceptible phenomena into the visible world.  As an illustrator and an educator, my job is to make things clear. In the studio, intuition is an ever-present influence that guides the pencil and the brush between lucidity and flow. Here, it is welcomed; encouraged; lauded. Yet the classroom shines a…

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