why hello there, beautiful...
First of all, thank you all for your kind comments.
After my last post,
i began to wish i was less scattered,
less all over the place...
When i graduated from high school,
I had the hardest time deciding what i wanted to do with my life.
It was simple - I wanted to do it all.
And i did end up doing a lot of things
that eventually brought me back to my heart -
and to art.
But even once i realized i belonged in the arts,
i wanted to do it all then too.
I wanted to be painter,
and a poet,
and a sculptor,
and a writer,
and an illustrator,
and a graphic designer...
I am some of these things,
but sometimes i wish i was less scattered
and able to focus more on ONE thing.
Surely, i would have published that book by now.
My day begins with the best intentions
and often ends with "holy crap, WHERE did the day go?!"
I suspect i'm not alone in feeling this way.
But then i read this meaningful quote by Emerson,
and everything's alright again.
So for the past few days,
besides working on the book,
i've been doing illustrations here & there
like this one...
and listening to music like this...
(such love in Pavarotti's eyes)
and watching videos like this...on Matisse.
(i may have shared this already. Can't remember)
such beauty in simplicity...
love & lollipops,