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Yes, I was jealous of other artists’ work, their lives, their success, their studios.
Smith was controversial in his own day and his general approach and writing style were often satirised by Tory writers in the moralising tradition of William Hogarth and Jonathan Swift.
I was stuck, and so busy comparing myself to everyone else that I didn’t even allow myself to be creative. I started the blog to document the work I loved, but more importantly, I wanted to find a way to flip the jealousy into something positive – admiration and inspiration to be specific. Within the first few months of writing posts I started to get excited about finding great work. As I move forward with the site, I’ve realized that what I’m most interested in is, of course sharing/exposing the work of talented contemporary artists, but I’m also absolutely fascinated with the self-doubt part – the insecurities, inner-critics, creative blocks, and of course the jealousy that all of us have to deal with at some point.
I also learned that there are so many kinds of art out there – some that appealed to me, some that didn’t – which meant there must also a place for my art. This lead to the idea behind my first bookthat was released by Chronicle Books in 2014, and then a more in-depth follow up book, titled “Your Inner Critic Is A Big Jerk”, which was released Fall 2016 – both as a hardcover and as an audio book. Here’s a little peek into ‘The Jealous Curator’: Danielle Krysa has a BFA in Visual Arts, and a post-grad in graphic design.
Smith obtained a professorship at Glasgow teaching moral philosophy, and during this time he wrote and published The Theory of Moral Sentiments.
In his later life, he took a tutoring position that allowed him to travel throughout Europe, where he met other intellectual leaders of his day.