Reflections at year end as we enjoy some quiet days off from the usual routine:
In the studio, fooling around on a piece for the Fiberactions challenge (due on January 15), feeling weary, stuck and empty-headed…
|detail of work in progress: stamping on vintage kimono silk|
|detail of work in progress: stamping on eco-dyed raw silk|
This will pass, I know, but it’s uncomfortable as always when beginning to work again after a hiatus. Others have wisely suggested that at the start of a break, it’s helpful to leave something in progress waiting for you – I wish I had! Experience tells me that it will be ok, just get in there and make some chaos – the doors to my imagination will fly open again.
We have taken some good walks on these afternoons while I am shirking my studio, and I believe this time off will play into the next body of work.
What is your remedy for being blahhked?
By the way, thank you so much to all who read, comment and follow my blog - I plan to have a give away early in the new year to celebrate my anniversary.