Yes, it's time for a blog. With so many hip social networking sites out there, ruining friendships, relationships and careers, all the while enabling cyber stalkers, not to mention cyber-bullies, there has been no better time for a safe, organized list of thoughts and events, brought to the public google users via blogger.com. I'd like to take a moment to thank you, blogger.com. Had I never taken that media course junior year, I'd have never realized the ease and pleasure of pouring out my brain goo all over my keypad and into your waiting html windows, so, thank you.
This blog will be a chronicling of my so far demanding journey through my senior year at School of Visual Arts. I am a Fine Arts major, and for those of you who aren't, which is most people, that means I have attained my own cubical of a studio with which to fill with whatever it is I choose, all the while working toward OPEN STUDIOS which happens at the end of each term.
I'm working in oil, on canvas, in a fairly large scale, in a theme featuring music and its many performers. Vague? Yes. But hey, thats why I'm still a student right? Right.
As one of twelve first semester seniors this year (out of 80 altogether), my first draft of my artist statement is due in 7 days time. As soon as I crunch this thing out I will be sure to put it up here, and risk embarrassing ridicule and judgement from anonymous viewers. If there will even be any.