I've been reading articles, journaling, having conversations about how to grow Woolynns. What direction to take. Some of it is simply getting to know Minnesota better and figuring out where my work fits in. But some of it is in the art itself. Am I really making what I want to make? Or am I recreating past successes hoping for another sale? Can I sell what I want to make? Can I make what sells? These questions right here are my New Year's Eve, my Spring, my first day of school. They are the seeds for whatever is about to grow. And some of them won't grow right away, or even at all. I intend to water them all, but I am sure I will forget some of them, unintentionally losing a possibility. It is important that I plant them even still. Time to create a new landscape.
I had an acting teacher (eons ago) who told me to throw lots of balls in the air; that way there is a better of chance of catching at least one. Watch me throw about 12.