One: Organisation

Ready to go Organisation is essential for good teaching and teaching has not been part of my repertoire for a while. CAVA asked me to provide a workshop “Techniques pour média mixtes” on October 27th. To tell the truth, I was nervous. Organisation is essential Organisation is a top priority. Stumbling through lists of materials, […]

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One: Challenge

Through the Tangle So, I got the challenge all wrong. What I understood meant one painting a day for thirty days. Consequently, I started early. Managing the challenge Preparing the paper, I tore it into eight by eight-inch pieces. I prefer ragged edges. Several panels of quarter-inch plywood which I use for drawing boards, graced […]

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One: Pathways

Where am I going? Restlessly we seek that which might satisfy our hunger. Many pathways lead upward yet we cannot see the whole distance. Beyond the top of the hill or around the corner remains a mystery. Some are more difficultOthers are blocked Imperfect pathways Some pathways are safer than others. Occasionally they are blocked. […]

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One: interference

One almost finished and another started. Running interference is the name of the game these days. I must admit I enjoy the challenge. Instead of going into overwhelm I have taken on the task of too many projects within too short a deadline and wondering how much I will accomplish. Exciting stuff! Secretly I wish […]

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One: Extracurricular

Extracurricular activities flood this time of year. They may not keep me out of my studio. And they may include creative inspiration. However, they do not add to my inventory for shows and sales. The last minute Christmas is coming. The garden requires winterizing. Last minute (what would I do without it?) jobs await finishing […]

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