Words of wisdom from musician Stephan Meyers (Breadfoot): “Allow for the time…”, when I asked Stephan what ignites his creativity. I needed to hear those words today…
Photo courtesy of Breadfoot
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“Ain’t one thing that ignites it. Not like ya just flip a switch or smoke a joint and Shazam!, yer creative. It’s either in ya or it ain’t, and the only thing that can tease it out proper, in my opinion, is allowing for the time.
Ya need to get past it all being so precious. Better to do something rather than nothing, even if the result may be crap. Or conversely, do nothing. Flannery O’Connor used to put aside about 4 hours a day for writing, whether she wrote or not, she did nothing else. Again, it all comes down to allowing for the time.”
Facing a blank canvas today, I listened to Stephan and allowed for the time. I spent hours poring through ephemera, poetry, and other books, seeking inspiration for my next painted collage. I still have to “get past it being so precious,” and I will…once I allow for the time.
Watch Breadfoot’s newly released video, Room in Her Heart, off his new album, Salvatella.
And visit Breadfoot’s website: www.Breadfoot.com
So…how do YOU allow for the time?