Charles E. Burchfield Quotes

Top 5 wise famous quotes and sayings by Charles E. Burchfield

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Charles E. Burchfield quotes: Doodling serves as a means of keeping the hand or fingers limber, so that they are always ready for serious work. Doodling serves as a means of keeping the hand or fingers limber, so that they are always ready for serious work.
Charles E. Burchfield quotes: Get yourself to a vantage point of seclusion and view the world with your eyes alone. Think of the infinite spaces of the skies and the world beneath. Get yourself to a vantage point of seclusion and view the world with your eyes alone. Think of the infinite spaces of the skies and the world beneath.
Charles E. Burchfield quotes: It seems at times I should be a composer of sounds, not only of rhythms and colors. Walking under the trees, I felt as if the color made sound. It seems at times I should be a composer of sounds, not only of rhythms and colors. Walking under the trees, I felt as if the color made sound.
Charles E. Burchfield quotes: As an artist grows older, he has to fight disillusionment and learn to establish the same relation to nature as an adult, as he had when a child As an artist grows older, he has to fight disillusionment and learn to establish the same relation to nature as an adult, as he had when a child
Charles E. Burchfield quotes: Before starting work go thru all the former material. Many things of vital importance have been lost sight of. Before starting work go thru all the former material. Many things of vital importance have been lost sight of.