David Cherry Art Blog
I have always been a creative person and have learned how to implement it in the business world, but I am having a huge issue with it in the art world.
It has been several months now since I picked the pencil up again and started my art and I have really enjoyed it. I quickly finished 5 drawings, some good some not so good! During this time my projects have ranged in difficulty.
My biggest issue now comes with my current project, "Dreams". I have posted several times on my blog with updates but for the past couple of weeks I have had real creative issues. It has definitely been the most time consuming art that I have done so far and now that I have gotten so far I am afraid to mess it up. I have intentions and need to put the background of the golf course but I love what I have done and don't want to mess it up.
Is this a common problem with artists and if so how do you get around it!
I have several other projects that I want to work on and I am excited about, but I love "Dreams" and want to be able to call it finished. Should I set it aside and work on a new project? I believe it might get my creative juices flowing, where as now I just sit there with nothing done. At the same time, I am afraid that if I set "Dreams" aside that it won't ever get completed!
I would love to hear from other artists to hear if this is a common issue and what they have done to over come it!!