Friday, February 27, 2015

Taylor's face.

I love this face.  It's from last year but I'm still enjoying it.  I want to hang it as well as others on the wall but I'm still waiting for my husband to figure out a way that won't rip all the dry wall.  Can't have huge holes in the wall.  I've decided to continue sculpting but I still feel so ambivalent about why I can't seem to work.  I just can't get up the inertia to get anything done.  I've felt that way for a few months.  I'm hoping posting again on this blog will get me up and moving.  I don't feel like a real artist yet again.  You'd think after being alive for 52 years I wouldn't care about titles of any kind but I still fall into traps such as who is a real artist and who isn't.  And so the day goes on.  Until next time....

1 comment:

  1. One can place emotions and feelings through the facial expression, the face looks pensive, and reflective.