Monday, September 26, 2016

Art Projects, Another Fine Mess!

Four months ago I was desperate about my life and my art projects. Though I've been blessed beyond measure, there seemed a lack of purpose to the simple things that "should'' give pleasure…the things that make the responsibilities, disappointments, and messes of life bearable!

Here I am, a woman in her 60’s, contemplating the probability that she’s too old to start something brand new, but wanting to put a little of that wonder back into life. Wondering if she’s got the stamina and skills to see it through.

Well, I’ve thought my plan through and we’ve started the work…and I like it! It occupies my mind…and long hours of my time. I thought I was too old for this but we’ll see where it goes. I’m “feeling” my way along, giving you little tidbits at a time to pique your interest. It’s a creation that reminds me of good memories and simple joyful pleasures!

I hope some of you will want to be included, when the time comes, by testing some of our products out for me and giving us a little feedback, yes? For free of coarse!


Sharon Chapman said...

Good for you! Sounds like a great idea. I am back painting after a long time away from it and love it.

Hannah Leah said...

I just found your blog. I too am a woman in her late 60's. Have been a gold and silversmith my whole working life, now semi retired and want to return to drawing and painting watercolor. It's never too late to start something new.
I have trouble allowing myself the hours to sit down and actually do some art. This is where I think your lessons are perfect for me to brush off the dust of 50 years and remember my early training.
Thank you. So glad I found you. Ann A

Hannah Leah said...

I am a newly semi retired goldsmith in my 60's. I also have
trouble sitting down and spending a few hours sketching and
watercoloring. I know doing the lessons you have will research
me things I learned 50 years ago.
I know it's never too late to create art.
Thank you bad I'm so glad I found your blog.
Hannah Leah

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kweker said...

Thanks for sharing your thoughts! Theres no age limit to how we could share art and joy to others! Keep up the good work!