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Friday, January 18, 2008

Thank You Very Much...


to everyone who commented on the last post, and congratulations to the first five ACEO winners; if you haven't done so already, please email me with your snail mail address, so that I can send your prize to you!

Finally, I'm about to make A Plan, A Cunning Plan. I've been putting it off for several months, now, but I feel ready to attack it. The way to eat a mammoth (if you ever wanted to...), is to do it one bite at a time; the only problem is that you have to work out what all the bites actually are, and which are more important, more urgent than others. So that's what I'll be doing over the next couple of weeks, that and finishing my part of the lutradur book. So there... And beginning to work towards the exhibit I'm having in October, Mixing Up The Marks. And.... well, I'm sure you get my drift; I wouldn't be me if I didn't have fifty things going at the same time! And no matter how many plans I may make, doubtless my life will remain as Entangled as this painting, one I made several years ago. Detail shots are here if you wish to see them.

4 comments:

Nicole said...

I know how you feel about the mammoth--I have been feeling that way lately about the nagging thought, "I really need to update my design portfolio" . . . you're right--one bite at a time!

Terri said...

Hmmmm...a plan. A plan so cunning you could put a tail on it and call it a weasel. :o) Sorry. I couldn't help that. It's one of my favourite Black Adder lines. :o) Just popping in to say hi. I'll wander back to obscurity now. :o)
P.S. Hi to Robin too!

joonbeam said...

Baby steps. You are so inspiring. Curiosity strikes: How did you know it was your 500th post? And who is Robin? I am making a blog folder in my bookmarks. Hooray for me. :) Can't wait to see my fabulous artmixter ACEO. Love being a winner here. ox joon

peterahon said...

nice blog here, saw your posting at qassia and followed you here...

am into creativity but need to express it more than just mouse clicking reading and looking at the works of creative folks... ughhhh...