Inside the Sea
It’s been a bit since my last blog post. I’m finding that I have less and less time as time progresses. I definitely don’t have as much free time as I did earlier this year. I spend most of my time with Sarah and the cats. I finished a new song with Psykosylum called “Alone”. We’re going to start trying out musicians for live performances, so that should be interesting. Something I’ve been wracking my brain about……are art classes really necessary? Who is a teacher to tell you how to express yourself? “That’s not right, there’s to much empty space in that corner!” I feel like some academic facilities actually hinder their own students by teaching them from the book, by the book. When I look at Daniel Mumford, I don’t see him boasting about all the art classes he took, or about his advances in education. I see his portfolio of breathtaking pieces and let his expression speak for itself. That’s just something that’s been on my mind. I find myself being in a more cliche mood in terms of art as of late, and as a reflection my current music taste is being affected. For a fun little experiment, I’ve been going to music stores and looking through their entire heavy metal section, and choosing CD’s specifically for their album art. I know the whole “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” scenario, but so far this new idea has scored me a few good titles. Speaking of music, I need to get back to work, or was it go to bed? Ciao.
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