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by Ted Orland

  • ISBN: 096145475X
  • Category: Education & Teaching
  • Author: Ted Orland
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
  • Other formats: rtf mbr lrf lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Image Continuum Press; First Edition edition (April 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 136 pages
  • FB2 size: 1723 kb
  • EPUB size: 1588 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 457
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I found it in an artist's studio that I was renting for the summer and it gave me some insight into the process artists can . I read this book after reading Art & Fear and loved them both. Probably the best books I've read in a long time. Very smart, witty and thought provoking

I found it in an artist's studio that I was renting for the summer and it gave me some insight into the process artists can fall in to. A good read. Very smart, witty and thought provoking. I wish Mr. Orland had written more books.

As a teacher and working artist himself, Orland brings authentic insight and encouragement to all those who face the challenge of making art in an uncertain world

As a teacher and working artist himself, Orland brings authentic insight and encouragement to all those who face the challenge of making art in an uncertain world. The breadth of material covered is reflected in chapters that include Making Sense of the World, Art & Society, The Education of the Artist, Surviving Graduation, Making Art That Matters, The Artistic Community, and more. The View From The Studio Door is the perfect companion piece to Art & Fear, and will appeal to a similar (and already-established) audience of students, working artists, teachers and professionals.

in their way. Orland's new book-well, not actually new-is addressed to the working artist; hence the reference to the . Orland's new book-well, not actually new-is addressed to the working artist; hence the reference to the studio in the title. This is a book about the creative process, not merely "creativity. The latter, as Orland is at pains to point out, is an abstraction.

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In the perennial best-seller Art & Fear, Ted Orland (with David Bayles) examined the obstacles that artists encounter each time they enter their studio and stand before a new blank canvas. Now, in The View From The Studio Door, Orland turns his attention to broader issues that stand to either side of that artistic moment of truth.

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Their Way in an Uncertain World by Ted Orland.

3. Description this book The View from the Studio Door How artists convert art theory into art making. Sequel to the author s previous best-seller, "Art & Fear. Full descriptionThe View from the Studio Door: How Artists Find Their Way in an Uncertain World The View from the Studio Door How artists convert art theory into art making. Their Way in an Uncertain World by Ted Orland.

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How Artists Find Their Way in an Uncertain World.

How Artists Find Their Way in an Uncertain World. Published April 1, 2006 by Image Continuum Press. This is a book about the nature of artmaking.

In their perennial best-seller Art & Fear, Ted Orland (with David Bayles) examined the obstacles that artists encounter each time they enter their studio and stand before a new blank canvas. Now, in The View From The Studio Door, Orland turns his attention to broader issues that stand to either side of that artistic moment of truth. In a text marked by grace, brevity and humor, Orland argues that when it comes to art making, theory and practice are always intertwined. There are timeless philosophical questions (How do we make sense of the world?) that address the very nature of art making, as well as gritty real-world questions (Is there art after graduation?) that artists encounter the moment they're off the starting blocks and producing work on a regular basis. Simply put, this is a book of practical philosophy. As a teacher and working artist himself, Orland brings authentic insight and encouragement to all those who face the challenge of making art in an uncertain world. The breadth of material covered is reflected in chapters that include Making Sense of the World, Art & Society, The Education of the Artist, Surviving Graduation, Making Art That Matters, The Artistic Community, and more. All things considered, The View From The Studio Door is a perfect companion piece to Art & Fear.
Reviews about The View From The Studio Door: How Artists Find Their Way In An Uncertain World (7):
Mogelv
I had just finished reading Creative Authenticity: 16 Principles... (which aren't really principles, but see my other review) which I actually read through twice as it was a lot to grasp and well worth the effort and then followed up with this book.
I think they made for great companion readings. Both authors attempt to get at the heart of what you need inside to move your work forward and focus on doing the actual work. Neither writes of "10 great projects to help you find your voice". There are no "inspiring" reproductions of another artists work. In other words these books are written to prompt introspective thinking about your own place in the world and how to find your path to move forward.
The author describes clearly the artists current role or place in our modern society (marginal) and explains how this affects our ability to create and find a reason to do what artists do. He clearly gives reason to carry on and how to achieve that goal.
Monam
We go to art school, or we attend a workshop, and we feel energized and inspired, and ready to go out and become the next Great Artist Of Our Generation...

Then we realize that it's a big, loud, and scary world out there; and it seems almost impossible to get anyone to notice our art, let alone care about it even a fraction as much as we do.

Ted tackles this issue head on here. He's frank and clear about the struggles faced by artists in the modern world. While he doesn't offer an easy "three step plan" to overcoming these challenges; he does give us a better understanding of them, and tools to help us face them.

A great read, that surpasses the academic nature of Art & Fear with practicality, and humanity.
Leceri
Book came in nearly perfect condition, though it took longer than expected to arrive. Using this book for a class, it has a lot of great insights!
Gaxaisvem
I loved this little book. I found it in an artist's studio that I was renting for the summer and it gave me some insight into the process artists can fall in to. A good read.
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I read this book after reading Art & Fear and loved them both. Probably the best books I've read in a long time. Very smart, witty and thought provoking. I wish Mr. Orland had written more books.
Bluddefender
Just the little bit I have read is great. After reading Art & Fear I was expecting a great read and I can see that is what I will get. I'm fairly new to art but this is inspiring and realistic. I think that The View From The Studio Door and Art & Fear should be in the personal library of every artist.
Faezahn
Written with care and compassion by an expert. See also Al Weber's little book 'Advice for Photographers: The Next Step' 2006.
Excellent book. Highly recommended for artists looking for answers as to why they do what they feel they must do and some of the pitfalls to be aware of along the way.

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