I'm finally out of the slump and working again,I feel inspired and ready to rip at last. I have met some great artists online and have been greatly encouraged to keep going,its been a rough few weeks to say the least but things are looking up in the creative way.
I have sorted out the big studio and am ready to roll with a more productive year ahead,I parted with my beloved kick wheel this week which gives me more room to work,it was hard to let it go but I did and am focusing on more glass work,enameling and smaller clay work.
I divided my studio into three spaces,one for the jewelry work with glass,clay and metal,one space for sewing, doll making and other crafty work and the other for painting,by doing this I hope to be more organized and work more efficiently.
I also hope to start teaching this year and finally get published,but most of all I just want to create and work steadily all year through and be inspired by creative people.
I was given a new soldering kit for Christmas ,I just need some copper foil and I'm away,the kit has a cool little iron in it for wax work so I am pretty excited about that.
Also I received a new video camera so Ill be able to do the youtube thing,cant wait to do that, I just have to figure out the editing soft ware,I will be trying to get my web site up and running and start a blog of tutorials as well,so I have big plans for the year ahead,lets hope I can get it all done.
Tips of the day...join flickr,meet new artists and s=check out their studios,talk to them and be inspired and encouraged!
Favey colour this week is green.. Favey tool this week is sanding block.. Favey artist this week in Danita see her link on my faveys..
Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. Henry Ward Beecher.