In this coolish, almost winter weather, I am thinking of soup, glorious soup. Soup must have been one of the earliest cooked meals humans invented. They likely cooked the food in some kind of pot in a pit lined with hot stones. Water would enhance the mixture, and after a while, SOUP!
Callie Odom Gentry served as a stenographer for the infamous Tuskegee Airmen, who were awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in 2007 for their invaluable service during World War II.
It seems for most people “being Inspired” is criteria for being able to make art. Without it, nothing can happen. Don’t let your lack of inspiration stop you from working. Learn how to just do it.
You’ve probably heard the phrase, less is more. It is good advice to consider whether decorating a room, adorning oneself with jewelry or adding that last blob of paint, line or collage piece to an artwork you’re completing. But sometimes, more is more.
Searching for a medium that is a good fit is like looking at a buffet table. Do you go for the favorites or try something new? Deciding is easier if you really think about the things that interest and stimulate you, as well as what is involved in using a particular medium. This is what led me to oil and cold wax medium for most of my projects.