Art versus Social Media
Less posting; more learning about Social Media — that's how it is. I mentioned this in a previous blog post. I am taking a course that teaches better use of Social Media. What I want is more interest in my art. I have been told the best way to get that interest is proper use of our current social environment. I tell you this because I have reduced my time in the studio in order to learn about effective socializing. This is ART versus SOCIAL MEDIA. Right now, art-making may be getting less time, but looking at yesterday's drawing it is not losing in its struggle for better communicate. The drawing I show today is an excellent one. My process of self-discovery, of self-acceptance, of making art that reflects my need to communicate to you is endlessly evolving. It will succeed because I listen to you and I listen to me and I know when I have made something more successfully communicative. Yesterday's drawing communicates well. I am walking in the right direction. I am becoming authentically me. I am becoming a better communicator. Social Media is a necessity. It is a major means to communicate to you. Through interaction via Social Media I am becoming more astutely aware of my failures and my successes to communicate.
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