Tag: arts

Catching my own butterflies

Is anyone else dreaming wildly, and more vividly than usual during this pandemic? With my barely recognizable sleep cycle and Defcon-5-level of worries and what-ifs, it’s even more noticeable for me these past few months. Some dreams are noteworthy, but mostly I’m just exhausted… Continue Reading “Catching my own butterflies”

Abstract Notions

Red Dot by Jim Klein

Attend any modern art exhibit and you’re bound to overhear remarks like “my preschooler could do better” and “they want how much for that?” While even the most educated art lover may have strong negative opinions about a piece that involves seemingly random brush… Continue Reading “Abstract Notions”

Has Anyone Seen My Attention Span?

How are you doing? Who knew six weeks ago this would be such a loaded question, right? In just the past couple months: • Art festival season was in full swing in Arizona. • I joined a local writer’s group. • My “little girl”… Continue Reading “Has Anyone Seen My Attention Span?”

Vision 2020 – with a Glance Back

I’m of the school that believes we are beginning a new decade in 2020, if only because it sounds so cool and futuristic. Also because the previous decade was a wild, bumpy ride and I’m looking forward to, well, looking forward! I had to… Continue Reading “Vision 2020 – with a Glance Back”

When working for free works in your favor

Put your ass where your heart wants to be. – Steven Pressfield Since launching Suzu Creative last year I’ve had to crank up my networking game. However, it was a social weekend that made me realize my ideal clients may not be found at… Continue Reading “When working for free works in your favor”