When an artist is willing to go deep, she opens herself up to a whole new world of creative possibility.
Going deep means having the courage to go where most people wouldn't dare to go.
It means owning your story.
It means shedding your protective armor.
It means exposing the real you.
And that's how you create art that'll stand the test of time.
I'm not talking about glossy, factory-produced, flavor-of-the-month "art," I'm talking about inspired, transcendent art that'll be around long after we're all gone.
Though we live in a culture that's fascinated with the surface level, we're all starving for something deeper, something more.
All great art arises out of something deep, something real.
An artist's job is to go deep, to give people something real, something to believe in.