Nor I sold my car or took a mortgage. There wasn’t any revolution, I just keep creating no matter how things are going. Sometimes I imagine a slow motion rain of things falling from the sky – those are the busy days. But then the moments of uninterrupted hours of creating come, especially in the daylight, in total silence, those are the good days.
Sometimes I leave my ‘studio’ for weeks – the studio that is a shoe box filled with blocks of polymer clay and sculpting tools. There are circumstances that aren’t welcoming for art. For me, the progress is driven by passion and persistence. I keep creating because I’m an artist truly.