Stuck in between

Over three weeks since the excitement of the Stutz Open House that I chaired and participated in. The event was a success, the studio is back to working order(read messy) and I am stalled, stopped in my tracks, stale. I wonder how many artists have some plan in place to bridge the gap between show and studio? I really didn’t expect to get stuck. Of course, I never expected to have baby blues either, and after four children I knew better. So now I am faced with re-tooling my plans and visions.

First, I’m going to take some much needed R&R by taking the bird kids and myself up to Michigan and the lake house. There I will spend a week just hanging out-pictures to come-and maybe even working in the studio some.

And second, I just signed up for an encaustic¬† monoprinting¬† workshop in Santa Fe in August. As my dear son would say, ‘Woot’. I’m not much of a traveler, but I think this will get my creative juices flowing, and a change of scene will be wonderful.

I’d love to know how other artists keep moving after major events are over!



One Reply to “Stuck in between”

  1. Santa Fe, WOW!! great to hear you are traveling and creating. I am working on a project with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra and would like to send you an invitation. I know you just did Color of Music. How was that. I call this project Notable Arts.
    I have been working on some photos on fabric for a professor at Herron. Restitching and rehanging and resquaring. Some are 6 feet…
    stay cool, Daren

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