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Women's Voices: Quotations by Women
Quote collection assembled by Jone Johnson Lewis
Quotation: We need to think of ourselves primarily as artists; we need to work as poets and sculptors, colleagues of the brooding, hovering, indwelling spirit. In any artistic work, the originating conditions are conceptions that are general visions that are vague, aspirations that are fleeting. Much of what we value, aspire to, and cherish is ineffable; even if we wanted to, we could not adequately describe it. The final stop in the creative, artistic presence is letting go, releasing into the wider community the life which has been formed.
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