Geranium on the brain
I think I must be in procrastination mode concerning the Fox Sparrow print. Maybe I shouldn’t label it procrastination because in reality, it’s about mentally sorting how the two blocks will interact. I have to have a clear image in my brain of exactly what will happen before moving forward. Drawing helps, but not today. So, instead of working on the little guy, my brain decided to come up with a new lamp design. Simple, clean, and something I have been wanting to create (and had seen in my brain when I woke up this morning). Maybe it’s a carpe diem sort of day. Then there are the hell hounds sleeping outside my closed studio door. Yes, the door is closed for a reason. Earlier, it was raining and blowing like crazy, but now it’s calm. The dogs were acting like the weather this morning: crazy, running around, barking, and now strangely calm. I should be out walking them to reward the calm behavior. Maybe in a bit. Another promise was made to the birds to clean their cages before days end. Garbage pick up is tomorrow. This task can wait until later. It’s not pressing nor does it require daylight. Maybe I should just chalk it up as “one of those days” when my brain is jumping between 50 zillion ideas and can’t settle on one thing. Well, I guess I did settle on the wild geranium image, so it’s not a loss. Deep burgundy is calling or possibly a green. I’ll layout the image on a new sheet and then take a dog break. Dog walk at 3 pm. Birds before Dave comes home at 8pm. It’s a plan.
The finished image will be reversed (what’s black will be white).
The Fox Sparrow image will happen eventually.
Apparently cutting paper is today’s task.
Gosh, it would be nice to have a studio OUTSIDE the home to avoid all the distractions. Something to contemplate for another day.