Letting others paint


Sometimes it’s time to paint. Sometimes it’s time to wash the brushes and prepare the canvas for others.

This is true for everyone, even the full time artists.

The output is still there, but your role in its creation is different.

If you let someone else paint, the end result WON’T be the same as what you would have done. But is that such a bad thing?

Letting someone else paint doesn’t mean dumping them with a load of responsibility and obligation they’re not ready for or unwilling to accept.

It’s about creating the environment for others to stretch their legs and realising together what they can achieve.

It’s about creating a situation which benefits everyone.