I remember back in the "old days" when we artists began putting our art online. There were campaigns to give credit where credit was due because of thieves using our hard work to gain recognition or money they did not deserve. We learned how to watermark our images and upload them in low resolution so … Continue reading Orphan Works Act
I recently caught the jewelry bug (again). All I want to do is create jewelry. My hands, in some deep, instinctual way, want to be beading, cutting chain, making dangles. The movement is calming and meditative. I almost don’t even mind when I have to take a necklace apart because that just means I’ll get to make it all over … Continue reading What Feeds You?
That weight you’ve placed upon your shoulders is going to crush you. Take it off. You don’t need to be perfect. You don’t need to have it all together. You don’t need to please everyone. You don’t need to be anything or anyone other than who you are. You are more than good enough. Who … Continue reading That Weight