Isabel Baraona quote that also quotes Lucian Freud: “I often think that “people” are too much …”

I often think that “people” are too much domesticated in their / our quotidian lives. Making some kind of (art) work allows me to have a safe and peculiar territory of genuine inner freedom, where you can feel whatever you want without censure, where everything can be said. It keeps you “alive” (lucid?) and emotionally structured. As Lucian Freud says, “The process of creation becomes necessary to the painter perhaps more than is the picture. The process in fact is habit-forming” (17)

Cardoso, Catarina. “Interview of Isabel Baraona.” JAB, Issue 30, Fall 2011. pgs 16-17.

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8 thoughts on “Isabel Baraona quote that also quotes Lucian Freud: “I often think that “people” are too much …”

  1. That’s art. When creating from within the heart, new worlds are created and this world is inspired to go towards evolving spirit without any attachments.

  2. Hello..I am not familiar with the paintings of Lucian Freud. I intend to remedy that. I do think it of interest that any thinking, mature artist should have understanding of self..if art work is good the artist knows it..one must know themselves in any endeavor. Peace Tony

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