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Peggy Hadden Quotes

Quotes by Peggy Hadden - (6 quotes)

Peggy Hadden - From the Difficulty category:

Perhaps the most difficult thing an artist has to do is evaluate the quality of his own work. (Peggy Hadden)

Peggy Hadden - From the Ideas category:

Suddenly, a new idea may seem to be only the logical, next sentence in an interior monologue that has gone on for years. (Peggy Hadden)

Peggy Hadden - From the Indolence category:

Sometimes we simply have to be wasting time, in shutdown mode, for an idea to occur. (Peggy Hadden)

Peggy Hadden - From the Materials category:

Stones, pigments, graphite, charcoal, pastel dust... may seem like dust, with little value. In the hands of an artist, however, they can become something transcendent, priceless, rendering the feelings of the maker and transmitting to us feelings and sympathies that we could not ourselves name. (Peggy Hadden)

Peggy Hadden - From the Planning category:

Even when there is an overall plan, an artist may still get a better idea of his or her intention as the process unfolds. (Peggy Hadden)

Peggy Hadden - From the Strength category:

To say that a painting is strong is a compliment. Its strength may come from the combination of its colors or subject matter or something subtle that not all viewers will feel. (Peggy Hadden)