So, there you have it. The second issue of the Artists Are Always Right journal. I hope you were artistically enlightened by what it had
to say. 

Speaking as a fellow artist and not as her husband, I truly enjoyed reading Karen's words and seeing her photographs in this issue's
. I know how private she can be as an artist. In fact, she was a bit reluctant to be featured. I'm glad she decided
to share her story after all.

You know, it doesn't matter how close you are to an artist…whether they're your wife, husband, parent or friend…and it doesn't matter
if they're a visual, performing or literary artist.  Seeing examples of their creativity is like getting a glimpse of the world through their
eyes and discovering what's important to them.

I get as much satisfaction, if not more, from seeing the results of other artist's work as I do my own. That's why I started this journal
and why I hope it develops and grows for many years to come! In fact, if I had a crystal ball, I would peer into it hoping to see an
Artists Are Always Right
journal of the future that has assisted countless artists to attain their creative goals. If anything closely
resembling this occurs, I will be extremely delighted!  

Well, that's all for now. In closing I would like to share observation number 818 with you from the website:

does imitate art, but only on Wednesday afternoons between the hours of 2 and 4."

Something to ponder…or not.

Until we connect again…keep on creating!

                                                                                                                                             Douglas Schwartz, Publisher and Editor
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