Summer Projects and Exciting Times

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Hey!

I’m so excited about the next few months.

I’ve just finished Uni until September which means I’ll be able to spend the upcoming months working on things that are just for me. Things I’m passionate about. Things I haven’t been able to focus my full attention on recently.

This post is a general update to get me back into a regular posting schedule and to let you know about some of the things I’ll be sharing on the blog.

THINGS I’M EXCITED TO WORK ON:

– This blog. I’ll be honing in on exactly what I want the blog to become and focusing much more attention on it.

– Painting. Since completing my most recent painting, Silver Moonlight, I’ve been itching to start painting again. I’ll be painting lots over the next few months and I’ll be sharing my process as well as the finished pieces here too.

– Drawing. I’m going to focus a lot of time on improving my fundamental drawing skills. I’ll be setting aside large slots of time and practicing drawing things from life.

– Business. I’ll be brushing up on the business side of art by taking online courses and reading lots and lots of books.

My goal is to feel good about what I achieve this summer. I want to go back to Uni in September and feel noticeably different about my situation and my artistic skills. Even if I just feel safe in the knowledge that I’m on the right path.

What about you? Are you working on similar goals at the moment? Let me know.

3 thoughts on “Summer Projects and Exciting Times

  1. Love your goals! Summer is such a great time for evaluation and exploration. For myself, I have mostly just done drawings with graphite, but one of my goals this summer is to begin to branch out and start adding color to my work. We’ll see how it goes! Looking forward to seeing your work!

    1. Thank you! Just had a look at your drawings- they’re great! I find colour theory fascinating and love learning about / experimenting with colour. It’s such a huge subject though, I find it quite daunting at times. Looking forward to seeing how you get on!
      Here’s to a summer of artistic growth :)

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