After a good start to the new year, I’ve had a slow time. A very slow time. A time when every doubt begins to creep in. I’m not going to tell you that now my art has taken off. It hasn’t. But I have used the last week or so to identify the difference between January and March. I think its pretty simple. In January I was painting every day, every morning before I answered the first email. What I produced wasn’t always good, but finally it added up, and I finished four new pieces in rapid succession.
Then “things” happened. I found reasons (and very valid ones) to let other things take that time away. So now I need to jump start again, and this time I need to keep on track. I know what I have to do, and if I don’t there are reminders. One really interesting recent piece is a keeper, a good reminder of what creative people need to do to stay creative. Happy reading: http://www.tylerwardis.com/inspire-inspiration/