The new Somerset Studio just arrived. Here is a sneak peek of my article. You know you're onto something good when you can't stop. At some point you have to put down the tool, quiet the inner voice that keeps coming up with additional ways to push the technique, then document the body of work with the camera, and start writing about the experience. When you're in the groove you fear that hitting pause may become a permanent hold. However, as I showed you last weekend with the tattooed eggs, it was not hard to get back my mojo a few weeks after the premier voyage into pryography. I think this one will keep my attention for some time.
How cool is this? Two weeks ago the new Uppercase magazine arrived. A writer named Brendan Harrison wrote an article about pyrography too, also called Playing with Fire. I loved hearing his take on it.
Thanks to all my friends who have stepped up swiftly and lovingly to support another friend. And to those of you I've never met, how cool that you joined in too and have trusted me to pass along your positive messages of healing and cheer. I know it's going to be powerful as I can feel the spirited energy within each piece.