Stanley Drucker became the principal clarinetist for the prestigious New York Philharmonic at age nineteen and retired from that position at eighty.
He worked as a professional artist for over sixty years.
Unlike professional athletes, professional artists can enjoy their craft for most of (if not their entire) lives.
Unfortunately, we often develop unhealthy work habits that increase the risk of serious problems like RSI, carpal tunnel syndrome and burnout.
Author/ illustrator, massage therapist and health science educator Kriota Willberg has devoted much of her long career to helping artists take better care of themselves.
She’s here today to share tips and insights from her book Draw Stronger: Self-Care For Cartoonists And Visual Artists.