This year, my art production has slowed (this has been a crazy busy social learning growing year). However, I believe I have found my voice. That’s a trade-off I can live with.
The latest in my Feeling series, Gleeful, makes me smile. In fact, it made me smile every time I sat down in the studio to put more work in towards its completion. I find Gleeful to be a fun, sassy piece. I hope you do as well.
Constructive criticism and comments are always welcome. Please share your thoughts!
Gleeful (link to poem)
Next up: The feeling for the next piece has yet to be determined. The doodle was selected; the next step is to take a good look at the drawing and then pull a feeling off the master list. Regardless of the tone of the feeling, it is still art. Come back soon for an update.
Info about my Feelings series: I interpret my random abstract doodles as emotions. The guiding point is the outer boundary of the doodle. The boundary evokes the feeling. From there, I contemplate how to bring that particular feeling alive in fiber.
3 thoughts on “(Feeling) Gleeful”
Each one gets better and better. You should have the “G’s” do a doodle for you when you are here for Christmas, then see what you could do with them.
Another winner! Love the orange. Makes me think a little of an artist’s pallette. The poem is fun also! Love, Mom xoxo
Vibrant and Joyful!