I thrive on routine. I need change. This week began with routine. My days are divided into studio days and business days. When I am in the studio the world disappears and I immerse myself in the routine of my current artwork. As you can see Bat Sh*t Crazy is coming along. I finished the church of 130 pieces and made a few more townhouses, too. The Ukrainian village is taking shape.
I could happily stick to my routine because that is my safe haven, my place of comfort. So, I push myself out into the wide world to remove myself from my isolated rut and experience life outside the studio. This weekend I will be attending SAQA‘s virtual conference: Bridging the Gulf: Fabric to Fine Art. Do check out this fabulous video featuring what is on offer at the conference. Amazing, right?
You do have to be a SAQA member and pay the registration fee to attend the conference. However, you don’t have to be a SAQA member to view the more than 325 matted 4.5″ x 6.5″ fiber artworks available to bid on in SAQA’s annual Spotlight Auction. Nothing routine about the work on offer.
I will be oscillating between routine and change all next week as I squeeze some routine in the studio and then checkout the midweek conference events.
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