Joan Punyet, the grandson of Joan Miró, the artist, said once that his grandfather was not afraid of death or failure; the only thing he was really afraid of was repeating himself.
That might explain why he was so prolific and managed to work in a range of styles.
When he started creating his biggest pieces, like Blue I, II, and III, he spent ten months just conceiving the work.
Sometimes the process of creating something new takes time. In this case, the most intense work is behind the scenes. It might look as if you’re hiding, but you’re working.
Hiding is not related to not being seeing by others but about not doing the work that matters in every single moment.