More Progress on Organizing
Today I got much organized and I still have a lot to do. I feel I am making real progress on figuring out an organizational system that will work for me …Â Â so that I can get back to painting with traditional materials.Â It all takes time though … and ideas for today’s post didn’t come to the top of the list.
East Wind, Digital Â© Diane Clancy
They say an East Wind blows no good.Â This one is lovely though so I hope it breaks the mold! Thank you for coming by!
~ Diane Clancy
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It seems to me that you spend a tremendous amount of time organizing your own and other people’s work that only indirectly have to do with the actual art of creation.
It seems that you hardly ever have time to sit down for hours on end to craft your art, or am I getting completely the wrong impression now?
It doesn’t seem right that so much of your time is taken up this way, when you could be producing interesting and fulfilling works of art, because surely that is what you want to be doing.
I would like to see you spend time doing more traditional art using conventional techniques and getting much reward out of that.
If I’m being a busy body just say so and tell me to mind my own business, you can even delete this post if you wish. I am just thinking of the creative you and how she needs room and breathing space.
Organizing my art tools and materials is a constant struggle for me. I can relate to your desire to organize. My problem is I have more stuff than fits in my studio, so it is constant juggling. Fortunately I live alone and I can spread out into the next room to do the actual creative work.
Butterfly has a good point. I will take it to heart. There is nothing like losing contact with linear time while in the act of creating, it is very healing for me.
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