The following question was put to me by a subscriber in response to my previous post: How many people never complete their projects because unconsciously they have a fear that there won’t be something else to start on, or they don’t have a sense of direction that will propel them towards something and the sadness connected to completing something is hard to feel. How … Read More Some Things Are Too Good Not To Share
Well, we missed the ferry this morning. Not missed exactly, because we were there and the ferry was there, but we were four vehicles (and one trailer) short of fitting. So, rather than spend an hour waiting for the next ferry and knowing we would miss our connector to Vancouver (which would mean another two-hour wait), we decided to leave the ferry line up, … Read More The Best Laid Plans
My husband always says ‘Stay busy, it doesn’t matter what you’re doing, just stay busy’. He usually pulls this advice out when I’m obsessing over something that I either have no control over or to which I can’t find a solution. Sometimes he says it before I even know I’ve begun to obsess. He also likes to tell me ‘When Candace is busy working … Read More ‘Stay Busy’, Solid Advice
Four years ago this month I made the choice to pursue a lifelong dream. To sculpt full time, all day, every day. Since then I have exchanged high heels and designer clothes for work boots and carhartt overalls. Instead of an office I have a studio that smells of cedar. I used to spend my days with paperwork, emails and official documents. Now I … Read More Happy Anniversary!
What does it mean, to be in-progress? Isn’t that the Coles Notes of life? At its most basic aren’t we all ‘in-progress’? The human condition is one of being eternally in-progress. So, if we’re always in-progress, do we get to say we’re done? As an Artist if progression equates to being ‘in-progress’, to then identify a project as finished and uttering those words ‘I’m … Read More ‘IN-PROGRESS’