Another of my idea-searches for something at least relatively easy for me to post when I’d rather be painting, eating, sleeping, walking, or other random unrelated surprise opportunities the day might bring 😊
The big time saver is the image isn’t already posted to Fine Art America, or anywhere else, though it might end up on FB eventually, lol! When I have time, this image, or some variation or adjusted version of it might end up on FAA. I’d like it to. It’s all a matter of time.
I’d like to say this feature’ll normally show up later to end of the day ’cause I’m looking for the day’s best shot, but – it’s really more to let me live the day and see what happens….
That said, if I don’t like any of the day’s pictures, there’ll be none.
I want this to be, at the least, interesting ☺️
Transferring my art room / studio / work space to our new location involves more than moving the boxes of my art and art supplies. Not only are memories transported, but my on-going creative ideas and projects – many of which I may not remember or rediscover til later. Part of the process of moving creative spaces I think, at least for me. I put a canvas on my easel to remind and entice me to keep clearing the boxes, clearing my mind, and clearing away the still other non-related but necessary chores of living in modern society (car stuff, accounting, etc) so I can regain the traction I was enjoying before our move. Additionally, I got me a nifty steel alloy shelving that lets me store heavier and/or more fragile art “stuff” in a more accessible, more protected manner. The pile of boxes have more random art stuff, all of them; ie, the home stereo box and the nice box of wine, are not that, lol! But there’s lots of art materials and supplies and other stuff that mean even more to me. And important as all that is to me, for my spirits and general health, tomorrow is Mother’s Day. And some things, being instances of what enables all the creative stuff, like being born ♥️ eclipse all else, even if for just a little while, even if for one day, even if in fleeting thoughts —
Stay creative everyone! But remember how and why we are a creative species 💕
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