You may remember that I was posting about procrastination the other day. I'm still at it, procrastinating that is. I wanted to mention that in the post by Jann Alexander http://austindetails.me/2014/09/03/just-create/ that I really liked number 1 and number 3.
Number 1 suggests you make your studio or painting area into a sort a a refuge, a place you want to go to escape, a place you want to be. I'm going to work on this. Gene and I tend to put things in here (my studio where I am) when we don't know where else to put them. It gets cluttered and I put off cleaning/straightening it up it, so I put off creating. That is one excuse at least.
Number 3 is selective avoidance, sort of reverse psychology, if you will. Have something to do that you don't want to do and you procrastinate by painting or creating. That should work great for me, don't you think?
In the Southwest and Western forum on wetcanvas.com, we were commenting on some of Jenna's wire sculptures of pigs and we were wondering what a group of pigs is called. It is not simple. I found a definition on this page by the USGS.
Here is what they had: Pigs: A