Containment and organization
Today has been all about containment and organization. Two things I love to do - I love to be able to see what is what - and to organize it all to a manageable array. Here is one shelf of my pantry. I was able to kill two birds with one stone: I had a jumble of glass jars that I could not part with just taking up space, I began removing them from the pantry to bring them downstairs for storage when my mind put two and two together and I decided to empty out all the random bags of nuts and Grains and rice and Etc and contain them in my variety of glass jars. It is so much nicer! So easy to see what I have on hand. I love it!!
I am thinking about adding a page about the artists I love, or studio shots that inspire me. Here is one of my very favorites: Ruth Asawa. her work is simply amazing and it hits me right where it counts.
Homage to Antoni Gaudi
While at the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona on our 14 year delayed honeymoon, we toured the process gallery and many things struck me, but one in articular really struck a chord. He used string and weights to measure the arches he wanted to make. It is fantastic as an art piece in itself, never mind an incredibly inventive method to determine an architectural structure. Wne I was at a time in my life that I was drinking a lot of tea, I woud dry out the tea bags probalby thinking I would compost them, but as they collected and formed a beauriful array, I felt the connection to Gaudi, and began making this homage to him.
Now going on 7 days at this re-upping of my long neglected website. The rabbit holes are getting deeper. But it is affirming my resolve to maintain this site in a more robust way and not neglecting it in favor of social media avenues, but in tandem w
Who am I?
an artist first and foremost
Live with Art!