Ah, the life of an artist.
One boat is Film Noir, the other boat is Archeology.
One boat is public-facing promotion, the other is private art practice.
One boat is a confident beating of the drum, the other is diffident exploration.
Meanwhile, I was carving out an hour here or there to do some deeply challenging experimentation in the studio.
Like a lot of things, posting on social media is easier the more you do it, and the less you do it, well... the less you do it.
Social Media- a blessing and a curse.
Having a social media presence is practically a must for an artist these days.
I have long since came to terms with the fact that I am not, and probably never will be, a social media sensation.
But you know folks, I just can't seem to make myself do it.
Despite of, or maybe because of, having to appear confident for all the shows I've been having, I have been particularly reluctant to show my process like I normally would.
What I need to do, is start afresh.
A Social Media "Sabbatical"
Fortunately, I am old enough that I do remember those times. Bringing back a bit of that peace and privacy may be exactly what I need.
Take a Closer Look.
Here is an intimate, in depth glimpse into my thoughts, inspiration and artistic process.
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