Art Hiatus Update (Part Two)

In my last article, God revealed the next step in my art path. This time I’ll cover what I’ve figured out along the way as I’ve been on an art-creating hiatus for almost 3.5 months now.

Before the events of my previous article, I had already booked a one night spiritual retreat at a Christian place an hour out of town, which happened to take place the weekend after the church service I mentioned. For 24 straight hours, it was me and God and the only sound was from the fan and rain outside. No TV or internet or phone. I read a lot and contemplated what I’m going through. Although the sky didn’t part with Angels descending to tell me what to do, I did have three takeaways from the retreat.

Fireside Chat: Part One (SOCIAL EXPERIMENTING)

A Fireside Chat, with ToddAt the start of 2018 I ran a social media experiment. From January 1st to June 23rd, I posted photos of me creating my art every day across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (and sporadically on Google+ since that’s unfortunately dying.) I wanted to see how many followers/likes I could get by consistently posting my art and my process. I ended the experiment when MIGHTY CON ST. LOUIS happened in June.