Just Walk Away

Just walk away. Find the work with new fresh eyes. Eyes that aren’t clouded with expectations and dissatisfaction. Comparing work with the daydream that originally fueled the process can be counter productive. It appears that discovering the work for what it IS rather than what it IS NOT is challenging. It takes practice to learn to forget a work and it’s original intent once it’s been made, finding a new way to experience it. Discovery at a distance becomes relational. The space between can be felt, a treasure hunt of emotional triggers and tools of transformation. Let go and enjoy the depth and beauty of the world that’s been created. Enjoy what is found. Enjoy what’s been made expressly for you.



Spring Swallow 2018 (backside)


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