I came across this quote in the most recent issue of Where Women Create and fell in love with it. If you haven’t ever seen this magazine, go check it out! It’s great inspiration to get the creative juices flowing and it’s also very intriguing with the stories that they share of these women artists, such as Amy Butler, about how and where they got started.
Over the last few weeks, this quote has really gotten me to thinking about what I want to accomplish creatively this year and new ventures I want to take as an artist and creative. I have a long list and I hope to be sharing my processes with you over the next year more than I have in the previous. It is my goal this year to put pencil to paper more, figuratively speaking of course, and share things that inspire me, projects I’ve competed, and hopefully share some common loves along the way. I feel that I have grown a lot in the last year and can’t wait for the “finding” and the “losing” of my self within these next twelve months.