Slow and Steady Wins the Race

August 31 is now a “yesterday” and I am embracing a new month.  My website is looking a little better, but hasn’t crossed the finish line.  And maybe it never will.  As with many things in life, especially art, it is a work in progress.

I am back in the studio working on new creations and delight in the changes I see developing in my work.  They are subtle when compared to work from a few months ago, drastic when looking back at my first piece.  When I set out on this venture I was not handed a photograph of what my work needed to look like in order to achieve finality.  I also wasn’t given a deadline in which to achieve perfection.  Instead the expectations were that I would create to my heart’s content and learn along the way.   My ideas of what makes a good piece of work grow and develop as my knowledge and skills do.  So why not take this approach with my computer skills as well.  And since I don’t hold a degree in computer engineering like I do in art, I expect the learning timeline to be slightly longer.

It is often said that the joy is in the journey.  I hope you will join me in watching the journey unfold with my work and follow along with this website.   Feel free to dialogue with me in this adventure and be inspired to start a project of your own.  We are never too old to learn new tricks!