Your Life Goals are Not Your Habits…

January 25, 2015

“Your audacious life goals are fabulous. We’re proud of you for having them. But it’s possible that those goals are designed to distract you from the thing that’s really frightening you—the shift in daily habits that would mean a re–invention of how you see yourself.”
– Seth Godin

It’s almost the end of January and I am already behind. I have more items on my list than I have time to do them. That’s ok though. Good things are still happening regardless of my lists.

In an effort to improve my drawing skills, I am building the habit of drawing every day. I’m also trying to paint every week, although that just isn’t going to work out all the time. As much as I may have liked to, taking my easel and paints to Canmore last weekend to fit in a few strokes here and there between ski runs just didn’t seem all that practical. I did paint this weekend with the evidence below (still not finished…). And I have been drawing. Evidence of that below as well.

Bellis III WIP

Bellis III WIP, Jan 25, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 28″ X 28″

Hand & Jolt Charger

Hand & Jolt Charger, Jan 18, 2015, Fineliner on Paper, 10″ X 8″

Stapler

Stapler, January 21, 2015, Pencil on Paper, 10″ X 8″

Yoga Strap

Yoga Strap, Jan 22, 2015, Pencil on Paper, 8″ X 10″

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4 thoughts on “Your Life Goals are Not Your Habits…

  1. Painting glass convincingly is not as easy as it appears, likewise to breathe life into a painted flower takes much talent – your painting is beautiful. The sketches show the lines of a passionate artist soul. Thanks for sharing these.
    Happy Creative Monday to you!
    AnnMarie 🙂

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