It’s teeny tiny, and there isn’t actually a credit, but those are definitely my wrinkly sheets (three down, on the left).
My second montage of #artinc out in the world (I posted the first one in September). All of these were taken in the last month or so from all over the globe. Includes two cats (I did sneak in one of my own), a graffiti covered bathroom wall in Edinburg, lots of coffee, and one tablet device. It was hard to choose just 25! Tag your images of #artinc and yours may end up in the November installment. More info on my blog today.
I discovered Lisa’s work through the former 20×200 (now youshouldbuyart.com) where I purchased a print of a piece called “Lovebirds” first for myself and then for some friends as a housewarming gift. I followed along through several other collaborations with 20×200, and eventually became a blog reader and otherwise aware of her work. Especially as I made the leap from normal full-time work to a mix of freelance, self-discovery, and paper engineering I drew on Lisa’s story to shore up my hope that this (whatever it is or will end up being) might actually be a viable life path.
In everything she does, I appreciate Lisa’s desire to speak clearly and be as helpful as possible! It is so easy to just focus on your own success, but she also spends a lot of energy trying to help other people be successful, through her book, Art, Inc., as well as a related class she taught on Creative Live, all sorts of blog posts, conference talks, classes, etc. I don’t know how she has the time or energy for all of that, but I am sincerely grateful that she does!