In the last week I have been inundated with questions, comments and emails about blogging; Why am I not on facebook; do you twitter?; catch me on myspace; I had no real idea what all this meant or why I needed to join the social network generation. I don't text, I barely email and my webpage reflects exactly how little I know. But with the encouragement of a dear friend and fellow artist, Connie Delavergne, I have stepped out from beneath the sheltering umbrella of ignorance.
Having attempted to research other artist's blogs I came up nearly empty handed. This could be due to the technical ignorance of most artists (I think I am projecting here) but more likely it is because I have no idea how to search for them. Admitting this, I am open to link suggestions for other artists (and inspirational venues).
This blog's purpose it to document the artistic journey. Art to me is all about self discovery and the general human condition. Most people who look/buy my art want to know all about how I came up an idea, what was the struggle and what is my process. Since the answers can change and evolve I thought the time had come to enter this digital age.
I love feedback and lively discussions so please feel free to comment.