Stop here and see if there's something to help you get things untangled.
15Apr / 2016
Posted in ATC and Then Some
Tags: ambiguity, artist trading card, ATC, collage, communication, mixed media, questions, relationships
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This cracks me up! It is also a little disturbing too. Reminds me of the tough elementary school teachers. 😄
Oh, yes! I had not thought of that but now the picture is so clear in my mind though that time of life was 50 years ago. I still feel scared thinking of a couple of teachers…
You and me both!
writing on a grid…nice. (K)
I had the nicest little notebooks with grid paper and I made notes in them until I used them up, and now – they are here.
I like the contrast of the curving handwriting and “feminine” lower body shape juxtaposed against the aggressively assertive pointing arm combined with the text.
When I am cutting out these figures it almost seems that the scissors guide me, as I kind of follow how it feels for the blades to curve in the paper, too.
It’s interesting to switch between which aspect comes first: creation or intention, action or inspiration.
I think that the balance for me is, I pick up the scissors, paint, whatever, and then something else seems to kick into gear because it seems I never go where I think I might, in this art world. Just hang on and enjoy the ride. I think I like that best of all, the freedom and lack of responsibility, I feel when doing art. The faith that it will work out. This feeling does not exist in my regular life.
I aspire to be more like you.
Oh no. I think your own way is sure and right.
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