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October 2019


The Drawing Bee prompt tonight was 'good shapes' but for me the challenge was to get out of my comfort drawing zone, let my hand wander, accept the results, and consider any adverse reaction. An enjoyable hour unfolded as these vase-like shapes emerged and I worked on shading and lighting. I find it very liberating to draw and notice judgement, facilitating flow by letting go. If anyone wants to join in a Drawing Bee, we are online every Tuesday at 9pm EST - email me with questions or read more here: iclock.com/draw Everyone draws whatever they like from their own space, no one is obligated to show but we offer a lot of support and encouragement to do something creative.
10.1.2019


Last hot day
10.2.2019


Lingering dependencies
10.3.2019


10.4.2019


10.5.2019


Never far from the infinite
10.6.2019


Autumn settling in
10.7.2019


Small autumn forest
10.8.2019


"Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me..."

-Emma Lazarus
10.9.2019


Art making turns on the transformation of materials
10.10.2019


My son and I made a roundtrip to NYC today to see the spectacular new MOMA
10.11.2019


10.12.2019


Family time
10.13.2019


Setting out on this damp autumn morning, toe tips chilled inside leaky shoes, sniffing like my dog the hints of rotting leaves mixing with fresh dew, I noticed coming from high in a hickory tree the persistent cry of a hawk, and a passing thought, "that's the hawk," was enough to launch a reverie that lasted for the rest of the walk.
10.14.2019


As the autumn leaves turn colors they also become translucent
10.15.2019


10.16.2019


The process of opening...

Happy Birthday to my father and to eleven years of iclock.com.
Thank you for watching these drawings unfold.
10.17.2019