30 days of Winter

Beginning June 18, 2012, I have started what I hope will be a 30-day period in which I will create or finish at least one artwork each day.

The reasoning behind such a self-imposed program is that it can force me act on ideas that might otherwise be left floating just as ideas.

It also actively engages the sensibility and makes one just create art (for art’s sake, if you will).

Further, such a project can be an interesting artwork in itself, the need for immediacy and speed in creation yielding an aesthetic that reflects both that necessary immediacy and also a sense of time and place.

And so thus begins, 30 Days of Winter.

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