Archive for February, 2010

Oceana Coming Together

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

I promised I’d keep you in the loop on the creative process of my opus, “Oceana,” and so here is my latest update. Originally I had intended this piece for the Etsy BeadWeavers’ February challenge, but the piece has had other ideas. It was only recently I have been able to get the center put […]

Juggling Creativity in Art and Business

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Art is easy, instinctive even, for me. Time management and other business processes are come less easily for me. These require me to engage in a different kind of creativity. Time management is a tool to make it possible to spend more quality time in the studio and less worrying about tasks I’m not crazy […]

Oceana and the Tree on the House

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Creating a new major work takes a goodly amount of time, from the initial idea to designing to choosing the materials to actually getting started. And there’s the restarting – at least restarting parts of the thing. I suspect this is the case for many art forms, not just bead weaving. Since showing the initial […]