Not every day, but now and then, perhaps. It keeps things fresh for the artist and the art lover.
No.. I guess..
I draw when I feel like it, if I just draw on a specific time and under pressure or stress, it won't be a piece of art, it'll be a piece of shi* ..
Only if that's part of their personality. If not, they should just be themselves.
Well, everyday is a bit taxing. However I do think it’s healthy to reinvent one’s style every now and then to keep it relevant.
Every now and again will do.
Yes every day is a new day.
I don't believe that an artist "Reinvents" themselves everyday...
But, I do believe that an artist grows or progresses, everyday. An artist practices their art, and should be seeking to discover the truth about who they were created to be and how that relates to their ability to communicate within their chosen medium..
To a person on the outside this "process" may appear as "Reinvention" when in actuality it is really "revelation" based upon greater discovery.
no, i dont think so, many artists are very creative though
For me, the answer is, no. Rather, I would like to keep a fresh perspective and try to come to an idea with the eyes of a child and towards a scenic painting, with the eyes of a tourist, discovering the sights as if for the very first time. In regards to writing and painting, I can spend a few days creating one scene.
Absolutely not. They must keep on keeping on and evolve their practice organically –over time.
Only the intellectually bankrupt search for change, for changes sake.
An artist most do want the artist pleace, if he/she considers good to reinvent himself/herself everyday so be it, they know the ways they want to take to be what they want.
No. The artist must discover who and what they are and maximise their potential in being that, and develop that artistic personality to the max.
No...I don't believe so...I think they must remain progressive but with consistency of work.