Absurdity and anti absurdity are the two poles of creative energy.

– Karl Lagerfeld

What’s more fun than creativity?

Being able to let loose and play can result in some interesting work. The whirlwind of creating new work alone requires being open to ideas as they come and letting the dance lead you.

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it must then be followed by the ever important process of editing. Without this iteration, the work will not shine in the best way it can.

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This is a process that I use when creating original jewelry, and one that I am always learning more about.

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In the end – as with so many parts of life – it is about walking the middle path.

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What kind of things do you create?

Do you work in a similar way?

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  1. love the progression of thoughts here, starting with the quote by Lagerfield and including the choices of “illustrations” of your work. Nicely done. Peace — Jane

    1. Thank you Jane! I appreciate that and your kindness πŸ™ I hope you are keeping safe and well!

  2. Nice to see your description of both the creative process and how you travel the narrow road to the final product. I think it is so important for viewers to know that there is a transition that takes place – and that the finished product grows out of the playfulness and the “I wonder what would happen if I…” attitude that is so important. My background is is in painting and my process is very similar to what you illustrated. I refer to it as “bringing order to chaos.” by altering the materials, editing, eliminating and adding. For the past decade, I have focused my work on mixed-media fibers – specializing in talismans and wall works and I must use adaptive technologies for the blind to do my work since 2007. In whatever medium I work, the process remains as you described in your ceramic works – Nice presentation and thanks for sharing.

    1. The “I wonder what would happen if” is so much fun! It can lead to very interesting results and also to sometimes just not working but the fun is in trying and exploring. That is very interesting that you do this work using adaptive technologies as well, a layer of perceiving I had not thought much about as a person with relatively full sight. So glad you liked this and contributed πŸ™

    1. That is a great way to keep things in focus! Thanks for your comment and I hope you are keeping well! πŸ™

    1. Very interesting! I had not approached self growth in thay way before. Thank you for sharing πŸ™very much appreciated!

    1. Thank you for your kindness! It is the only one like it πŸ™‚ if you have questions about it or anything at all please do let us know πŸ™

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