<img alt="2012-02-06-CharlesTaylorreal.jpg" src="http://images.huffingtonpost.com/2012-02-06-CharlesTaylorreal.jpg" width="76" height="166" /style="float: left; margin:10px" > For any artist, but especially for P.K. Page as a woman artist, the creative process is fraught with anguish and self-doubt. The process of creating a work of art is done in isolation, part of the self is split off and projected outwards, and success is not guaranteed.
Professor and Author
Sandra Djwa is a professor emeritus of English at Simon Fraser University in <br> Vancouver, B.C. and the prize-winning author of <em>The Politics of the Imagination: A Life of F.R. Scott</em> and <em>Professing English: A Life of Roy Daniels</em>. She lives in Vancouver.
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