"Moriko" - mixed media on cradled hardboard, 12" x 12". Ready to hang. Available on Artfinder.
Is it Thursday already? I seem to be in a swirling vortex of time on hyper-drive - the minutes and hours and days running past so quickly. Does it feel that way to you? I am determined to focus on right now despite this sense of frantic pace. In the studio, time stands still. The moment I leave its hallowed space, the rush is on. This little piece is from last week, a sweet girl whose name is Japanese and means "forest child". She reminds me to stop, head outside and get some nature time, because surely it will leave me with a smile and sense of peace.
I wish I had wisdom to share here today. It is a bit unnerving to sit down to write and realize my brain is mush. But just like days in the studio without inspiration, there are writing days which are drab and dull. WAIT JUST A GOSH-DARNED MINUTE! I am not going to give you drab and dull!
How about a little inspiration for your next hair style? Check out these portraits of Tokyo's Roller-Zoku gangs.
Or perhaps some Steampunk sculptural flying machines?
And finally, a little peek at my new site on Fine Art America, where you can grab prints of my art (including some large, fabulous acrylics and prints on wood) and even a tote bag or mug. Aha! Now you know why my brain is mush. All that site building is hard work.
Now where is my hair sculpting paste? I've got my eye on a roller-zoku gang updo.
Jen Walls and her imaJENation