Studio Life—Judy Ledgerwood I noticed a Post-it Note on her wall inscribed with the title of an upcoming piece: Quit Feelin’ Sorry for Yourself. It was inspired by a conversation she’d had with her husband, Tony Tasset, encouraging her to recover from an injury by working in the studio. Perhaps only another artist could understand this as the best advice to give an artist suffering from despondency. “He was right. As soon as I started working again, I felt fine. It was really what I needed to hear.” From Studio Life by Sarah Trigg, available now.