This article examines the nature of the duologue between artist and creative source, as a lost interplay and negotiation within the gestation of the work in a uniquely individual language that can never be fully revealed, translated, or understood by a viewer. The author, an elder, late career studio artist, draws comparisons to sacred language and interpretation positing that the conversations and relationships that form between artist and art are very different from those between works of art and humanity and have never been appropriately examined from an insider perspective. She offers reflections and writings of master artists as an attempt to illuminate the intimate exchange between artist, medium, and creative source.
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Meyer, D. L. (2015). Meyer, D. L. (2015). The lost dialogue of artists: Negotiating the conjuring of art. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 34(1-2), 70–82.. International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, 34 (1). http://dx.doi.org/https://doi.org/10.24972/ijts.2015.34.1-2.70