“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new. “~Albert Einstein
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The Brooklyn Art Library, home to an innovative project in which artists—from novices to professionals—submit their sketchbooks, is on the move. The library, which has tens of thousands of sketchbooks on its shelves, is entering its second decade with plans to transition from a small local business into a non-profit institution that can work with organisations to set up satellite libraries around the country.
“I always felt like the Sketchbook Project stemmed out of this idea of the beauty of the entire collection, rather than one individual artist’s,” says Peterman. “I think that’s much more powerful.”