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Billie F. Mathis Quotes



Quotes by Billie F. Mathis - (11 quotes)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Adventure category:

If I never seek adventure then I will never find anything new or different. It just will not happen. (Billie F. Mathis)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Creativity category:

Use your creative mind. Give it a chance to come out and play. You will find it is unique and different from all others. (Billie F. Mathis)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Dreams category:

If I do not act on my dreams/passions they fly away and become unfulfilled. (Billie F. Mathis)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Expression category:

My painting is like no other. It is an expression from my spirit and soul. It is who I really am. (Billie F. Mathis)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Growth category:

Do something beyond what you know, otherwise there is no growth. (Billie F. Mathis)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Innocence category:

Most of the time my approach in painting is an innocence of application, although my sub-con is swirling with laws of design which show up unaware to discipline. (Billie F. Mathis)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Keys category:

Desire and motivation are keys to obtaining any degree of success in any subject. (Billie F. Mathis)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Pleasure category:

Enjoy art, it is one of life's pleasures. (Billie F. Mathis)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Searching category:

To search is to discover, explore, examine and employ our discovery in the best way we know how at that moment in our journey. (Billie F. Mathis)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Struggle category:

Struggle is a necessary path in any creative accomplishment; staying with it brings success. (Billie F. Mathis)

Billie F. Mathis - From the Wisdom category:

We artists are messengers. We bring wisdom to our art from the intuitive self. It is an honest expression, no way akin to copying an image or subject. (Billie F. Mathis)