Andrew Schoultz Interviewed in The Hundreds

Gallery artist Andrew Schoultz has a new interview out in The Hundreds about his current show, Cyclical Nature. In the interview Schoultz discusses his evolving process, his recurring themes, and his plans for the future. When asked for his best piece of advice, this is what he had to say:

“I do not really know 100% for sure what my best piece of advice would be. As an artist, I would definitely say stay true to your own voice and vision and follow through with it. Sometimes you will not know if something works until you complete it, and many times you learn a lot more from failure than you do from success. As a human, I would say to remember to slow down and enjoy the moment you are in and the people you are around. You never know, they could be gone tomorrow. As an artist living to some degree in this thing called the “Art World,” it is very easy to get caught up in all the social ladder-climbing games and “cool guy” shit. It can be very distracting and depressing if you let it. It can consume you and you can really lose perspective on what is really important in life. I have had tastes of this in the past and then realized later how far my head was up my ass. I would also say it is always good to stay humble in all of this. As an artist whose goal is longevity in this, you quickly realize the ebbs and flows of a long-lasting career. There have been extreme highs and lows, and it is good for the soul to accept that and realize that anything that comes fast also leaves fast. Patience is a virtue.”

Click here to read the whole interview.

For more information about the artist or available work, please email info@markmooregallery.com.

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