Thursday, April 30, 2009

For The Time Being......

I love this phrase.

Today and Yesterday 26" x 38" encaustic, 2009

I have been thinking about starting a blog since December and even came up with the name, For the Time Being. The blog was going to be a way to post new images from the studio "for the time being" until I came up with another way besides updating the website. But I didn't.
Instead I looked, researched and read tons of art blogs. There are so many good ones serving different purposes-the straight forward self promotion, the views on the workings of the art world, the artists internal struggles, the how to do and where to do, the interactive, the inspirational, the amateur and the professional, the curator and on and on. Please see side bar for some of my favorites.
Five months later I have a very long bookmarked blog list and no blog.Blog envy, blog fear, blog something.
Sometimes when I am in the studio I get this same feeling when I am working. I have to remind myself that I am not doing brain surgery or making bombs -just get in and do it.


So, for the time being I will start by adding new images from my studio and see where it goes.





Between the Lines #12 encaustic on paper 17" x 17"


Between the Lines #13
encaustic on paper 17" x 17"


9 comments:

lisa said...
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Steve Ballmer said...

Interesting blog you have here!

pam farrell said...

Hey Lisa:
This looks great. Welcome to the world of blogging!

Anonymous said...

You're long overdue at blogging! Gorgous paintings Lisa- I am so looking forward to following your blog!

Anonymous said...

Blog away, sister. Tweet Tweet.

CMC said...

Great start, Lisa.

Deborah T. Colter said...

HI Lisa,

Welcome to the blogging world! I think you will enjoy the connections and information sharing. Your work looks fabulous - as does the blog - I am going to change the link on my site to your blog right now!

Enjoy.

Deborah
http://deborahcolter.com/in-the-studio/

daviddrawsandpaints said...

Beautiful work, Lisa, and a fascinating blog!