I thought I'd give you a peek into the current status in the studio. Having the "working wall" so full makes creating new pieces a challenge as I normally do a bit of work, hang the piece up to gaze at it, work some, and so on. Besides these, I think we have 11 pieces of mine in the house, plus some out at galleries.
For me, my art is almost entirely about the process of creating, so there is little attachment to any of the pieces once they are done. I experience a great "high" during the creative process, then look at them for a bit, then am done with them. My next "high" is when someone else loves them enough to take them home.
I have some new works to show you in detail in the upcoming days. Working in 3's (three at a time) works best for me. No block that way...just move on to the next one if you don't know what to do. It seems to keep the creative flow going for me.
The Goodwill bins have provided some new things this week too... not a lot, not like the "old days" when I would leave pushing two carts full of goodie, but I did find some wonderful old books, a treadle sewing machine drawer, some games, beads, and all the unusual little things I always pick up.