‘I feel that as artists we need to be comfortable with the state of constant change. The longer I paint, the more I don’t want to know “how” to do something or have a technique upon which I rely to create my work. Predictability is a killer of excitement. Instead, change has been my lesson.’Loriann Signor, Risk-Taking
When we start learning how to paint and draw, there’s a feeling we’ll reach a point at which we’ll have “learnt how to do it”. But do we really want to or is it being on the edge of uncertainty where our greatest discoveries are made?