- Draw at least once a week, no matter what.
- Finish you-know-what and get it out by March.
- Tie up loose ends for 2007 and hound those people who haven't sent back contracts.
- Try working more abstractly.
- Finish quilting those 3 pieces sitting in the studio by March.
- Walk 5 mornings a week unless it is raining or snowing or icy.
- Make sure 3 days a week are for you: - 1 day for the soul and 2 in the studio.
- Don't answer the phone on those 3 days, no matter what.
- Enter at least 4 juried exhibits in 2006.
- Order new postcards by February.
Last week was a hectic one. We had plumbing problems, a house full of family staying for several days, 20 people for latkes on Friday night (my house still smells like fried potatoes, 3 days after the fact) and a full weekend of celebrating the new year. We stayed up till 2:am drinking vintage champagne and eating Haagen Dazs and then slept over in NY. Came home yesterday and attended two parties. The most socializing we've done in ages and it was lovely. I walked this morning and spent the rest of the day at my computer, trying to get jpgs onto a CD so they looked decent enough to send off to a juried exhibit. Then spent an hour writing an artist's statement to go with the CD. Pig in a poke. We'll see what happens.
Finally, I drew the view from my studio window. Well, part of the view, anyway. I cropped out the part of the car in the next-door driveway, which somehow came out looking like part of a toy Volkswagon even though it is a normal sized car of some other sort. I am starting to have some fun with this drawing thing and need keep at it - although I think every day is a bit much for me. But again, we'll see.
Hope you are writing down your art goals for the year, too.