Alison Garwood Jones

In Conversation with Anita Kunz

Originally published in May 2016 in Blog

hen Anita Kunz was a five-year old growing up in Kitchener, Ontario in the early 1960s, she practiced drawing the usual kid stuff: horses, flowers, fluffy clouds. But making Crayola masterpieces for the fridge wasn’t enough. Anita drew with a stronger sense of purpose learned from her uncle, the artist and environmentalist Robert Kunz. His editorial illustrations […]

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Productivity is not creativity

Originally published in May 2016 in Blog

It’s easy to confuse productivity with creativity. In my latest animated video, I “asked” Maria Popova and Pearl Buck to explain the difference.   Sources Maria Popova, “Creatively Juiced,” The New York Times Book Review (April 10, 2016). Pearl Buck, 1938 Nobel Prize Speech. Music: “Layback” by Alan Jones (purchased on Shutterstock.com) Built on the awesome […]

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Originally published in May 2016 in Blog

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