I spent some time this week re-doing my bulletin boards – making sure that all the images and quotes above my workspace best match what I need for inspiration at this time. In the center is lots of bright white space for new items as I find them. Now I can look up while I am working and see…
- My daughter’s inked footprints at around 3 months old
- A photo of the ocean I took just north of Muir Beach
- A CREATE necklace by Kelly Rae Roberts
- An image of butterflies nailed to a wall by Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison
- A photograph of me around age 5 making art in my dad’s studio
- An old rusted door hinge that feels like a portal to me
- The sign language alphabet spelled out in hands
- A Joseph Cornell puzzle and a Frida Kahlo puzzle produced by SFMOMA
- Key words like GENEROSITY printed in red ink by the Paper Source
- Several poems including the following one by Rumi
You’re a song, a wished for song.
Go through the ear to the center
Where sky is, where wine, where silent knowing
Put seeds and cover them.
Blades will sprout where you do your work.
- And this quote by Agnes de Mille
“Living is a form of not being sure, not knowing what next or how. The moment you know how, you begin to die a little. The artist never really knows. We guess. We may be wrong, but we take leap after leap in the dark.”