It has taken me a while to adjust to being both employed and self employed. I’m not kicking against it as hard as I was in September when I first registered with the Teaching Agency. I liked the idea of extra income but hated the time away from the studio. So now, working in art, even though I’m not in my studio, is not like pulling teeth. However, I’m not 100% sure, I’m ready for the whole office party scene just yet (with the Christmas party coming up)…I know it’s supposed to be all so social and team building but unless it’s mandatory…count me out. Office culture can be intrusive with everyone wanting (to an extent) to know everyone else’s business. So fine…call me a party pooper but…(I barely know these people!) only been working at the school for about four weeks now. I don’t do very well at small talk. I’ll be bored outta my head!
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Spontaneity is the watchword that informs my art practice. My artwork celebrates the energy of abstract expressionism. 'why not?' underlines my creative process. Forget the box! Its obsolete...it's all about whatever shape you want to throw on that dance floor! The process drives my practice!! For me, work well done is work I have thoroughly enjoyed making...work that has made me think, sweat, cry, scream and come back for more!!! Work that gets my back up; pushes me...gives me cause for doubt. Makes me push in order for 'why not?' to become possible. Boundaries? What boundaries? View all posts by designwithflair