Hope is a valuable commodity, in my opinion. Without it, we often can’t or don’t make our dreams come true.
Action is necessary; dreams don’t come true through hope alone. However, without hope, we are much more likely to give up when the work is hard.
How do you keep hope alive when you’re working towards your vision?
Constructive criticism and comments are always welcome. Please share your thoughts!
Hopeful (link to poem)
Next up: Work continues on my Feelings series. As I do, I’ll create my next textured fiber painting based on one of the painful feelings.
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.
4 thoughts on “(Feeling) Hopeful”
Really like Hopeful. It looks more intricate than some of your earlier pieces. Your
“texture” is fun to see in your art. I do mine in wood. I think we are both great artists.
I agree – we ARE both great artists!