Remi: Haitian Artist

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REMI Art exists in as many shapes and forms as do the artists themselves. Today, we meet Remi, a Haitin artist, who lived through the devastating Haitian earthquake. Remi uses his love for art and his talents to make a … Continue reading

The First Annual Heart of Art Award

Nominate someone you know! Do you know someone who has made a significant contribution to the arts? How about someone who has influenced or impacted you on a personal level? We, at The Talent Notes, would like to recognize them … Continue reading

Leah Pecoraro: Visual Artist

    Leah Pecoraro is a visual artist with a wide variety of talents and an interest in helping causes. She works in mixed media, painting, sculpture, body casting, costume design and make up. She resides in Portland, Oregon. Her website … Continue reading

Those Who Can, Do; Those Who Can’t, Teach

When I started college, I had a decision to make. I knew that I loved music, it was my life. But I had to decide if I wanted to be an education major, or a performance major.  In other words, … Continue reading

Country Music and Ice Cream

Okay, I confess, I don’t care for country music. I’m ducking in my seat, even as I type this! Every once in a while I let it slip out, and suffer a barrage of questions from those around me: “What…how … Continue reading

The “Ahh” Moment

If you’ve gotten this far in reading a blog about talent, chances are that you have experienced some sort of “ahh” moment. What exactly do I mean by this? Oh, you know, that moment when you were so touched by … Continue reading

Book Review: The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

“The amateur believes he must first overcome his fear; then he can do his work. The professional knows that fear can never be overcome. He knows there is no such thing as a fearless warrior or a dread-free artist.” – … Continue reading