Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Haunting and Powerful

Art by Delilah
I never know what I'm going to put on the canvas. The canvas paints itself. I'm just the middleman.
~Peter Max

Since Halloween is coming up sign up, what are you going to  be?

 I was always a princess or a gypsy for Halloween – never anything scary.  Here are few things that are scary and really spooky stuff.

10 Things You Didn’t Know: Creepy, Scary and Spooky Stuff

1. “Frankenstein” – one of the most famous books of the early horror fiction 
written in  1817

2 Alfred Hitchcock changed cinematic history with his unique approach to movie making – including his legendary 1960 film “Psycho” – which helped to create the horror subgenre of psychotic films

3. Halloween celebrations were originally brought to the United States largely by immigrants who hailed from England, Scotland and Ireland.
4 Lanterns are among the earliest Halloween items ever made, and some of the most reproduced items. A vintage devil-head lantern, made by the F.N. Burt Company of Buffalo, New York, in the 1930s, is valued at $450 today.
5 Haunted items, including antiques and collectibles, are not “possessed,” but they can hold energy, and most often the energy they hold was sent toward them by an individual, paranormal experts say.
6. An optical illusion in many pictures and portraits can often result in people getting the eerie feeling that the subject in the painting is watching them, their eyes following an individual around the room.
7 If antiques are said to hold energy that lead people to believe they’re haunted, then it stands to reason that a shop filled with antiques could be a potential hot spot for paranormal activity. That’s the case at Main Street Antiques, as told in the book Haunted Travels of Michigan Vol. II.
8 Pediophobia is the fear of dolls, and is considered a relatively common phobia. It is one type of a larger family of phobias known as automatonophobia – which is the fear of humanoid figures.
9 Within the ranks of haunted collectibles silverware is one of the most frequently reported types. Applying the idea that objects can hold energy of the various individuals and places they’ve been, it’s not surprising that silverware, a popular family heirloom passed on from generation to generation, would be among the most haunted of objects.
or maybe this scares you

10. Fear that you’re not good enough.
,Fear that :you don’t know enough.
Fear that: you are starting your career too late.

Fear that:,I’m not original enough (someone else is doing it better) 

Fear that:, People won’t take me seriously as an artist,(“Art is a hobby and not a real job”)

 Fear that:People will steal my work or my ideas, that why I can not put anything on the Internet.

Fear that: My work is never as good as I imagined it would be

If you are just a big artist scared cat here is a book that might help you along

"Malady of Art: FEAR" by Jack white , click on the link and read the first chapter for free. No trick just a treat.


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