Making vs. Thinking and Scrolling

In January, I started a new organizational system. That led to tackling some business aspects of my art practice: updating my website, updating my CV, fussing with connecting social media accounts and email, looking for grant opportunities, teaching a few online classes, and generally thinking and researching about the administration side of my art business.Continue reading “Making vs. Thinking and Scrolling”

Recycled Valentines Cards

I’ve been shuffling a growing stack of reject paintings around. I accidentally picked up a couple pads of student grade watercolor paper awhile back and found it unacceptable for finished work, so now I mostly use it for warm ups and experiments. Recently I’ve been organizing and streamlining the studio while waiting for washes toContinue reading “Recycled Valentines Cards”

Managing Expectations

In college, I had a rabbit that laid on my sketches for drawing class- while I was trying to work on them. Now, our son uses the same trick. He will happily play until the sketch pad comes out. He loves peekaboo! Knitting instead! I got some knitting done… then the toddler found the project.Continue reading “Managing Expectations”