Carving and Moving

In the midst of my moving saga, I’ve been having trouble finding a lot of time to do art. My brain has been jumping every which way—from the moving truck to the storage unit to the utility shut-offs, not to mention that I will be leaving for my 2-week trip to Colorado at the end of this week! WOw!

The main bit of art I’ve been doing to keep me grounded is this:

I got a package of these little linoleum blocks a while ago, and I’ve been carving my way through them. They are like little windows of creative play! I’m planning to keep carving them, hopefully even on vacation, and then print a whole bunch upon my return.

Here’s another view:

It’s so great to be able to take these little creative breaks in the middle of what seems like an endless to-do list. Hooray for art!

Happy creative day to you!


1 Response to “Carving and Moving”

  1. 1 Geoff M. Pope July 29, 2010 at 3:47 am

    Oh, you just gave me an idea for a poem called
    “Brain Jumping Rope”! Hope you’re not to over-
    whelmed with moving these radiant summer days.

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