Blue skies and clear thoughts arrived last weekend while today there is snow.
The temperature changes from mild and sunny to cold and gray is a good metaphor for how I sometimes think about my work.
One day I'm fully charged while another finds me needing to thaw a bit before I get moving. But I always get moving.
If you follow my instagram, you can see that I've been drawing and painting quite a bit lately and have been commissioned to create several tessellation drawings for a local hospital and a few watercolor with line drawings for another hospital.
These images are studies for final work.
Also have been taking stock of work to complete.
From the installation I will hang at the Riffe Gallery in Columbus in May to an invitation to participate in the Biennale Internationale Du Lin De Portneuf in 2017, I'm fully aware of how well my art life is unfolding.
And it is a good.
I like moving forward.
This year, the house in Slavic Village is slated for demolition is much smaller than last. I selected one room and plan to draw on the walls. Here's what it looked like on Friday. I'll post more as I create a new work. It is a bitter-sweet event. The housing foreclosures continue and the city cannot repair and resell all the homes.
The event takes place on May 21-22, 2016.
I just know you're working on what pushes you forward.
Thank you for visiting.