Many people are all bent out of shape over their huge array of unfinished projects. That is an issue, no doubt, but equally important is to watch what you start because you may fall into a rabbit hole so deep, you will not come up for air for years at a time. A huge idea requires a large commitment of time. Excuses pop into the mind like jack rabbits. For instance: None of us know how much time we’ve got. How do I know I’ll get a chance to finish this? There are so many other
Plaster is not simply for fixing or applying a faux finish to walls. It can be used, to wonderful effect, in your art. The history of plaster is quite fascinating, and lest you think that using plaster is not really fine art, the likes of Verrocchio (Italian, 1435-1488), Auguste Rodin (French, 1840-1917), and George Segal (American, 1924-2000) are “especially known for their use of plaster.” I love crows, and Leighanna Light really caught my attention with these plaster crow
My son and I had a conversation yesterday about making plans. January is a month where plan making is a traditional, often dreaded, ritual. We have a special name for January plans, and it is very solemn. Be it resolved that I lose “x” pounds.
Be it resolved that I become completely organized and efficient.
Be it resolved that I find a mate/dump a mate/get a date. You know what I’m talking about. Those fairy tales we make up and dub “resolutions” but which seldom end up helpi