Last week, while perusing the internet looking at art, my home computer contracted a nasty, nasty virus. Thank goodness I have a lovely neighbor who is also well versed in geek matters. She worked with me for several evenings to decontaminate my poor PC, which is not quite, but mostly, back to normal. Seriously, I am so grateful to my friend and neighbor for helping me through this ordeal! If it weren't for her, my computer would have been tossed from a window. But, after this most frustrating of calamities, I find myself hesitant to venture out on to the web in search of information and inspiration. I fear I must return to the old fashioned methods I once employed to seek enlightenment and revelation...visiting the library, perusing the shelves of book stores, reading books, touring art museums...hey, that sounds like fun.
I began a new print over the weekend. Would you like to take a guess as to what it will turn out to be?
I love starting a new piece! I've said this before, and it's still true: to me, starting a new piece feels a lot like falling in love. And here is sketch number 32 for 2011. What, no sticky notes? They're there, but they're white.