Cotton and silk embroidery
[6" x 6"]
| Text, textiles, paper, books
68 Josephine Avenue #2
Learn something new every time you make something.
Strive for skill in your craft.
There is no reason to rush. This creation is not on a deadline. Finish, yes, but donít feel obligated to finish fast. Put the necessary time into every aspect of creation. If it takes a year, or two, or five, thatís fine.
Donít make what someone else says you should be making. Make whatís important, because that shows in the attention youíre willing to pay to a piece.
Listen to criticism. Seek out community.
Try new things without fear.
Keep going past the obstacles, or walk around them.
Make compromises when itís important, but stand your ground before losing your integrity.
Look around you. Watch the unfolding of your surroundings. Laugh a lot.