Taking things further

Lately, I find myself stopping just short of my destination, when I'm driving on autopilot. No, you didn't miss the turn, Lisa. You didn't go far enough.

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This tendency, this excess of caution, is starting to bother me. 

Even so, this year was by far my most productive, as an artist:

  • I completed ten new works, mostly collages and altered books
  • I made new contacts and friends with the help of the Artist Trust professional development program
  • I exhibited at a museum and at a convention center simultaneously

But I need to go further, in 2015.

I have a few irons in the fire:

  • In February, I'll exhibit my work at Alki Arts in Seattle for Black History Month.
  • I'm teaching a class at ARTSpot in Edmonds
  • road-tripping outside the Puget Sound region for an art show or two, if my submissions are accepted
  • I'll finish two new collage portraits, hopefully by next week!

I'm cautiously (I know, I know) optimistic about the year ahead. Keep me company on my journey, will you?