Observation and Collaboration

Due to some part-time work that I have been picking up, my recent posts and studio time have both been a little abbreviated.  The good news is that I am still able to slip in and still get pieces completed.  Today I finished up the second in a series of 18″ x 24″ wood panels that I am doing.  I did some preliminary sketching on the third one and can’t wait to see where it takes me.

In other news, the mandala project that I have been working on with Shana Goetsch  from Art That Cirlces The Earth is in it’s second phase.

Shana is an artist/educator located in Baltimore, Maryland, and her mandala collaboration endeavor is a brilliant idea, and it’s focus is to bring artist together from around the globe.  I am proud to be involved and excited to seeing where she takes it.

If you aren’t familiar with her or her work, please take a look at the ATCTE blog or her other art blog.  Thank you, Shana, for all that you do for the art world!

Finally, my newest post on the Wall Spin blog is all about the art of observation.  As artists, why do we do what we do?  This post explores that question, and I hope it leads to further discussion.

Until next Thursday, I want to wish each and every one of you a fabulous weekend.  Thank you for taking the time to stop by here and give me your undying support, I do appreciate all of you!

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