I decided to start this blog post early and see if I could publish it nearer the time of the exhibition. The main reason being that procrastinating is much more appealing than working on things that are still undecided in my mind.
For instance: I could keep working on the type of images and decide the colours and write my project and prepare my worksheets.
Actually, yes, I could.
See what I mean? Procrastinating by starting this post works: it led me to go back to productive work.
I’ll tell you some other time about my decision about what next after the course. And the reasons why I won’t worry whether they take me on or not: either way there are lots of positive options I can look forward to: Either a fantastic course or time off to work on personal issues and chill for a little while (chilling is a brilliant source of inspiration, in case you didn’t know)
Cheers. See you on the next one, and I promise I’ll have some more to say to go with my drawings.
(I’m going to miss Covent Garden a lot when my course finishes: So many memories!)
Thanks for reading this. See you next time!
PS: Our group exhibition will take place at Copeland Gallery between the 6th and 8th of April. See you there?