This is the non-glamorous side of my art studio. My son and I taped off a 10' square on the driveway, set up five pieces of display furniture, and moved them around. We tossed questions between us. What are you putting on this? Do you want this painted? Can you get behind this? Will people … Continue reading Will this work?
I like being in that place between work and play. It is not a blurry, ill-defined place for me. It is where my imagination is happy, and often, productive. I create games that make my work more playful. And I have a new one. It is called "I own it; I use it." It is less … Continue reading Using Stuff to Get to Enough
I typically chose focus words at the beginning of each year. The words shape my days. They serve as a measuring stick for my activites. They remind me that when I pursue non-urgent activites, I am often doing what is really important to me. This year I chose play, prepare, and produce. Recently I added … Continue reading Focus Words