Wednesday, November 05, 2008
Target - One of the Five Kittens
It is with just that optimism that I too begin to 'stretch' with my own artwork - moving into subjects like faces (even if those faces are CATS! LOL) and architecture ... It's the movement I think, the willingness to move out of comfort zones that keeps life exciting (well, most of the time! LOL), but hopefully,keeps art and life fresh ....
We are continuing our preparations for the conference next week -- and I'm so excited that immediately after the conference, Jerry's "Art in the Carolinas" takes place!! I've waited an entire YEAR to sign up for more classes -- and this year, I've a full slate of lessons with Karlyn Holman (http://www.karlynholman.com)! I'm taking leave from work to immerse myself in some new ideas and opportunities to focus on art ... and with all the colds and flu that seem to be going around, I'm doubling up on Vitamin C, Airborne and Zinc. My fingers are crossed!
Lastly, I've posted an article on acorns on the Arboretum website if you'd like to take a look - some interesting things I think about this incredible nut:
(Scroll down a bit on the splash page.)