An Update

Hello readers!

If you follow along on Instagram, you’ll know I had to take about a week off from this blog to really determine what I needed to change in order to make it a more sustainable endeavor. To that end, I am sharing the work of one artist per week, a different piece each day, and will post a summary with questions (possibly activities) on Fridays.

This will allow me to maximize my energy, since Instagram really is a more organic means of sharing images. Crafting each blog post was taking 30-60 minutes per day. That is lots of mental energy that I could use to create my own work!

This week I am sharing the work of quilt artist Bisa Butler, so keep your eyes out for tomorrow’s post! To make sure you never miss content, sign up for the mailing list.

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The contrast between warm and cool colors in this piece by @bisabutler is so striking! Plus, look at all those colors that comprise the figure's skin tone! Truly phenomenal. . . . . #artblog #curatedforkids #textileart #figureart #portraitart #portraitquilt #newyorkartist #brooklynartist

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