T. Allen Lawson quotes

  • What to paint was a problem for the war artist... the old heroics, the death and glory stuff, were gone forever... the impressionistic technique I had developed was now ineffective, for visual impressions were not enough.

  • My mum is an artist and very into creative expression and freedom.

  • Painting cannot be the only activity of a mature artist.

  • If we create networks with the sole intention of getting something, we won’t succeed. We can’t pursue the benefits of networks; the benefits ensue from investments in meaningful activities and relationships.

  • I sometimes lament the fact that I do not have the benefit of a complete and ailment free body structure.

  • My studies with Botvinnik brought me immense benefit, particularly the homework assignments which forced me to refer to chess books and to work independently.

  • I would love to get great performances from actors as a director, because that's what I'm always looking for, a director that's going to help me go places I've never been before.

  • One-time revenue spikes that aren't repeatable won't help you achieve consistent year-after-year growth.

  • I knew that even if I was able to call for help, I was in a place so remote that it wasn't likely there would be anyone who could help me. And even if there were, it could take weeks.

  • Difficulties in your life do not come to destroy you, but to help you realise your hidden potential and power, let difficulties know that you too are difficult.

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