William Hawkins - RAW VISION

William Hawkins

First published: Winter 2003

Ultimately, all artists are the same. They are there before the crowds come and remain after they leave. They work, leaving behind them a trail of self-indulgent productions without much care for what will be done with them or thought of them.

 

 

They say they are doing it for beauty, money or fame, or for God, Allah, or a voice in their heads. Or because they are angry and this is a way to keep from hurting people. Or because they are sad or bored or happy or sex-starved or they just want to show off.

 

 

This is an article extract; read the full article in Raw Vision #45