Draw what you know!
Implications and intentions
Here’s a piece I made for a #Kidlitartpostcard. I try to create a little movement in all my work. In this piece that’s the leaning forward, the brush stroke and the little flick of the brush implied by the position of the brush.
“Write what you know”, is sage wisdom for writers.
What it means to ‘write what you know’ is to dig in to your being and your experience and try to capture that on the canvas. This piece is filled with tiny intentions and connections.
In Monday’s newsletter I’ll share some of those strategic intentions with the paid subscribers. I’m also thinking of raising the price of the subscription from $7 a month to $20 a month.
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