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Anatomy of an Artist Exhibition- Part - 46

Anatomy of an Artist's Exhibition- blog 46

December is for Oddities

As the month of December bounces around my work schedule with preparations and the greater pleasures of family and friends, I finally relent from attempting to push a project ahead. Instead I take some days to care for my health and soak in the seasonal joys, like walking, going to craft fairs or teas, and visiting friends. But in between these activities, I do pop into the studio to add a touch here or there, revisit the progress, and fill in my time manager for the New Year.

Anatomy of an Artist Exhibition- Part - 45

Time To Get Serious

It has been a full and busy past spring and summer season of art work for me .I’m feeling good at what I have achieved although I did get behind with the bronze casting time which only occurs in the warm weather. With a box full of various wax pieces now waiting for cleanup and preparation for shelling, I’ve caught up with what I wanted done and can start the casting process in the first good days of spring.

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Focus for the Next Season

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Art is Flowing

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Feeling Like Christmas Present Time

I said before that a change is good for the observation, reflection, and ego in the artist. By ego, I refer to the inner satisfaction from the creativity and the being of an artist’s soul. Having returned from a month long vacation in Australia soaking up the artistic landscape there, I have returned refreshed and eager to begin work carrying with me memory of wondrous artworks seen over there.

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Art Down-Under

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Around the World

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It’s a Whole New Year!

Having spent another three months learning patience and contemplating my work strategy on projects, I am back to take 2016 on as a full production year.
Injuries left me unable to physically work the projects but gave me the time to consider the business of art,website changes, and approaches to my artwork projects. I managed a few workshops as well. The many years behind me with involvement in the arts, is no excuse for not learning new strategies and managing the business.

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Winter as Production Time

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