I’m taking observational drawing classes at the moment, it’s probably one of the most difficult things I’ve ever done. Kiera, my teacher, tells me it’s all about learning to see. My problem is that I can’t see properly…I know that sounds strange but I can’t see straight lines, I can’t tell the perspective of things. […]
Well now here’s a revelation. After my second counselling session and digging deep to find out the hows and whys of the way I behave the way I do and why the anxiety and depression hit me when it did I have come up with some answers – praise be!
I’ve been plotting and planning, lots of ideas as always, and I was delighted to get the art supplies above from a voucher that the family gave me for Christmas. I love painting and drawing, it’s such a enjoyable thing to do.
As Mondays go this one has been a good one. I woke up to find I’d been featured in the OnlineLives section in the Irish Examiner. Thanks so much for Denise O’Donohue for interviewing me, you can read all about it here.
Saturday, although it was a day of rushing and racing, was a really lovely day.