At my age, I paint because no one wants to hear an old geezer sing with a wavering vibrato. I recently added snorting to my repertoire. My heart murmur (a faulty valve) was replaced with pig tissue. Like Cecile B. DeMille, “Creativity is a drug I cannot live without.”
At my age, it’s unrealistic to believe I can still have a smokin’ hot body. I suppose that will have to wait until cremation.
I may not have a lot of time left.I certainly haven’t yet made a date with the Grim Reaper. In the meantime, I have two driving needs, creativity and attention. I intend to create at least a couple thousand more paintings. I love being in the spotlight which takes me back to attention… that’s where you come in. I need more followers for both “Studio Scoop” and “Studio News.” I can no longer park my cars in my double garage (think about it).
When I started writing this blog, I did not believe I had a lot to write about. Although I don’t have a deadline like a columnist, I feel somewhat like one. I do have self-imposed deadlines however, and writing satisfies part of my need for creativity. My goal is threefold:
- Write about my art
- Through http://bit.ly/2foMRkD “Studio Scoop,” direct readers to “Studio News,” my newsletter http://bit.ly/2eLBfXE
- Direct readers to my website: http://bit.ly/2gZtZsL
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Not only am I a painter, but also a collector. I love to lay on my couch and sink into my thoughts while viewing a painting. I paint my soul and enjoy sharing my soul through my creativity. Marc Chagall stated it best, “Art seems to me to be a state of soul more than anything else.”
Read about the transition of “Convergence” into “Conversation ‘tween Blue and Yellow” in Studio News http://bit.ly/2gMK84n