I went to ArtFields, an art competition in various disciplines, because I’m fan of the creative. It’s what compels me to write.
The abstract stuff appeals to me, Jackson Pollack and the like. Some of it doesn’t look that hard to do. I’ll be honest, a lot of it looks like stuff I did in third grade. But then there’s other work that’s more complex than it appears.
I’ve completed several works for the sole purpose of hanging them in our house. It was cheaper than going to a studio. Writing, by far, satisfies my creative needs, so I rarely pick up the brush. But the one question every artist has to answer is when is the work finished? At some point, I think, you just have to put the brush down or type the end. Make your best effort and set it free.
A couple of weeks ago, many of you took up my offer to visit my redesigned website. Three winners of the drawing have already been contacted. Honestly, I’m the biggest winner. Your feedback was outstanding. I’m still in the process of working through changes. Feedback like this is essential to the creative process. In other words, how are you experiencing what I’m putting out there. That’s the challenge, especially in writing. I don’t have your perspective when I write. So feedback is always a critical part of the process.
In other words, I need you.
So thanks for taking the time and staying with me. There’s new work on the way. Just scroll down a few inches and you’ll see what I’m talking about.
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