Working with water

 This year has been great. I have joined the AGO and the South Asian Visual Art Centre. In addition to attending great workshops, documenting and  self-mentoring.
    To begin the year I showed Hysteria that was a return to an old process that I used. One of which I am working on still on the side.
    My other work is branching out slowly. Watercolour has come back into my work, and I need to understand it more. Just as I need to learn more about sumi-e ink, I hope to play, make mistakes and possibly take more classes on them. This coming year is very important to me as I am turning 25. No longer am I a young adult but a full adult. Its time to make everything fall into place, a lot is planned for 2012. I have a whole to-do list dedicated just to my art practice which is displayed in large print on my wall next to my desk. Seeing it since I printed it just reminds me of how much needs to get done for the more technical side of art. Website, professional business cards and networking sites. Everything links together.  Exciting! Exciting things are going to happen.
                    Over the next day or so I will be finishing a work for a e-card for my mailing list. I have added a few people whom I hope want to be included but this initial Holiday “card” will allow them to opt out if they so please.  If you would like to be added to my list I have a link to the right of my blog for you.
    It has been a long few weeks leading up to the holidays. I am off to be for the night to be prepared for another day of work Studio and Work-Work. Happy Holidays everyone~

Documenting

           I recently joined the South Asian Visual Art Centre to participate in a Artist Documentation Workshop. It was lead by Photographer Michael van Leur. He answered all our questions and walked us all through many different methods to document work, depending on the medium. With notes in hand this weekend is going to be filled with gallery openings and documenting of my own work.
          I have to thank the wonderful D for lending me her tripod. Her work is very detailed and filled with spirit, which stretches over into her music as well. Once I am done with the tripod expect new work on her blog over at Ruin and Rebirth.
            I’m off to tidy up so I can paint a wall white to assist with documenting. Till next time~