A Sacred Life

A Sacred Life

Friday, March 21, 2008

My passion project

My journeys take me into the next big project - the exhibit of the young child.

Here lies a passion.

After teaching, or more like "inspiring", approximately 60 preschoolers in class, (no, not at the same time) now is the time to put it all together. I take pictures as I go along in class, because it is the process that really should be focused on here, not the end result.

I throw in some quotes about the importance and benefit of art and it's "showtime!!"

I usually underestimate how long this really takes and go into a bit of panic mode. Fortunately, the Universe has provided as I had some days off from teaching to do this. The art and photos are displayed on foam-core boards - 35 of them, plus a case for some sculptural work. A lot of work, but I'm passionate about it, so I put my heart and soul into it. Maybe work is not the right term.

The panic comes in mostly because there are other obligations... getting my taxes together being one of them. oh well.


Mai-Liis said...

On the rare occasions that I can calm myself, making the panic go away, I can then focus and be surprised by how much easier it all is. I am now beginning to believe that it's the resistance and the panic which make it all so difficult. Simple...on the surface.

. said...

tell me everything about panic,