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The Starting Bloq EP: 10 – “Where All My Imposters At?!”


Swain Hunt

Comparing yourself to others is inevitable when you’re trying to achieve something in an established field. And with that comparison can come self-doubt. “Look at all the incredible people who have gone before me. I’m not …worthy.” That’s the lie we tell ourselves and that’s why Imposter Syndrome is such a monster. It can paralyze you, make you second guess yourself, and totally impede your progress as artist. But why is feeling like a phony…

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If da Vinci Painted a Dinosaur


Howard Lyon

December 7, 2018 - Last year about this time I reviewed a wonderful picture book by my friends Greg and Amy Newbold; If Picasso Painted a Snowman. It's a really wonderful book and a great way to introduce kids to different artists and movements in art. Greg and Amy created a follow up book and I think they outdid the first one. It is titled If da Vinci Painted a Dinosaur.  Once again they have created a book that I believe kids will enjoy as well as adults reading it to them. It's interesting to see Greg's fun takes on a wide range of artists and how he and Amy incorporate dinosaur references into the writing and and artwork. The variety of styles are also impressive. I think Greg did a great job emulating artists like Degas, Hokusai and Munch.…

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