HOT TALKS: Danielle Krysa
May 15, 2014
Have you ever heard that people who study psychology, often have issues of their own that they’re trying to work through? Yes, well, perhaps that’s why Danielle Krysa decided to write a book about creative blocks. Everyone who dabbles in something creative has blocks from time to time – right? Right. Krysa’s written hundreds and hundreds of posts about successful, working artists who seem to have this whole “creative thing” figured out, but surely they have blocks too. How do they get through them? Where do they find fresh inspiration? Do they hear their inner-critic? How do they handle negative feedback? Does it stop them in their tracks? When the ideas just aren’t there, or when the ideas are there, but their hands or materials will not cooperate, how do they find their way through?
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Danielle Krysa has a BFA in Fine Arts, and a post-grad in graphic design. She is the writer/curator behind The Jealous Curator, an art blog that celebrates the work of contemporary artists. Along with writing a daily post on her own site, Danielle has also written guest posts for West Elm, Style by Emily Henderson, Etsy, and many other blogs. She is a regular contributor to SFGirlByBay.com, and has written articles for Frankie Magazine, and Anthology Magazine. All of this writing has recently lead to Danielle becoming a published author – in February of 2014 her first book, CREATIVE BLOCK, was released by Chronicle Books. A second book, about contemporary collage, will be published in the fall of 2014.