In the 21st century, having an internet presence, a place on the web to ‘call home’, is nearly as important for a working artist as having studio space in which to create, or so it seems to me. It took me a while to get to this understanding, this ‘place’. Moving my page from one corner of the web to another seems vastly more complicated than it probably is in fact; I am an artist of another sort, and web design is a tad out of my area…but here I am. This is me. This is now.
Over upcoming days and weeks, I’ll be moving into this space, not unlike moving across town to a new apartment. Archived images of older work will be uploaded, as will fresh images of work still wet, so new it doesn’t look like what it will look like once it is dry…once it is truly completed; you complete that process, by seeing the work, and bringing your own experience and understanding to it, yourself. As with any construction project, there’s much to be done, deadlines to meet, tasks that must be completed in a sensible order, and no doubt some housekeeping and tidying up, once it all seems finished. Please be patient with the work in progress, mind your feet, watch your head, and stay clear of falling objects.
Welcome to my new home!