Didn't have time to make a bird drawing at work yesterday, so today in the studio I decided it was time to get serious. Have had this paper waiting for me for months now, glad to finally do something with it and add to my series of large pieces on handmade paper.
Apparently today's bird break is all about containment and going out of bounds. Looks like my subconscious is trying to tell me something? Or maybe this guy is just too big for the page.
Like most people, I have bad habits. One of mine is getting lost in internet black holes during my breaks at my day job. Today I decided to take action and stop the madness and start the bird-sanity! Everyday during one of my breaks at work I'll draw a bird. With every bird I will remind myself what of what's important and tap into an oasis of calm and focus. For the time being this blog will be for the birds.
Jenn grew up in East Texas and Houston, lived in New England (NY and Boston) and made her way to the Pacific NW, where she feels at home. She is a small business owner of the papermaking studio, Pulp & Deckle. She is an artist, educator, maker, thinker and doer.