Problem Solving is a loopy endeavor. By this I mean it is a spiral, looping back upon itself, over and over. The activity of problem solving is always looking for a true target. Yesterday's drawing did this. In fact, it contains the beginnings of a loop. It is a fine drawing. It exhibits my newly perceived insight. I require, and viewers require, a clear, engaging entry. After engagement, via an entry idea that is easy to perceive, me (the artist), and you (the viewer), are caught, as if in a web. Then, I can do whatever I wish. This enticement to enter, to engage, is most difficult to achieve. This is similar to the first sentence of a novel. If the first sentence does not engage with an idea, and a mystery to unravel, a reader will not continue to read. Some authors do this with each chapter. It is a skill. I am developing a similar skill in my art.
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