Every piece I’ve made prior to my most recent one, paved the way to that most recent piece. I get comments on occasion that something I’ve shared is very different … Continue reading Connecting the Pieces
Almost every image I make is a self portrait. Those tiny bits of plastic become me. They represent my strongly felt emotions, my experiences. And through this I attach myself so fully to their image.
A clearer picture of life ahead. A New Door
Spent a bit of the afternoon Monday, after getting equipment set up for work, exploring the Central Park Rose Garden in Schenectady, NY. It was cold and drizzly but the … Continue reading Schenectady Central Park Rose Garden
This week, the color is Unmellow Yellow. Between now and whenever you have the time, share a post inspired by the color(s) on your own blog or social media. A … Continue reading Color your World: Unmellow Yellow
Finding a mentor is an amazing option for learning about your field, for having direct contact with someone highly regarded by the professional world. In a mentorship you can form friendship and learn more than you ever may elsewhere. However, in the world of social media, mentorships are rampant.
Making assignments for yourself, being able to pursue your own creativity or trust your own artistic compulsions is the only way to make distinctive work that sticks with yourself and others. It’s the only way to prevent yourself from becoming stagnant.
Sunday Eric and I went to historic St. Augustine, a not too far away place that we hadn’t walked through since Florida was beginning to close up. We had lunch … Continue reading Baseball, Museums, and Feeling Good – Weekly Recap: May 23 – 29