Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Thought Sprout: Pre-Lent

That I am enjoying solitude so much is a little scary to myself. But since Lent is drawing near, I'm making the best of it. I have been weary of excessive navel-gazing, but in context of the kind of dissipated existence I've lead lately, introspection is in order. The coincidence of the need to sit still and the season of Lent is a welcomed one.

I'm looking forward to the end of my teaching season. I've much cleaning up to do, both figuratively and literally. The studio life is in bad need of a routine. More than anything else (excluding prayer and liturgical routines), the cultivation of an art habit must be front and center. Until now my production has been dependent on show deadlines and commitments, rather than the art issues themselves. It would require a fundamental shift in concept and center of gravity, and the highest possible standard. 

It was an exhausting day. Sleep sounds good. 

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