I’m a one-woman show with my hands on a zillion different projects.
The vast majority of them find completion. The ones that don’t generally didn’t shape up the way I expected or wanted and I take them back to the drawing board. I find it too easy at times as a creative person to go off in several different directions, which is actually fine behind the scenes. Before I can complete one project a new one has popped up in my mind, and sometimes writing it down or completing a sketch isn’t enough. I have to dive in to it, even if it means it gets set aside for another day once I’ve reached a midpoint.
What I need to communicate to the world is different. My concepts and creations have to be cleanly articulated into a nice neat bow. Now this is not a complaint – more like confirmation. I enjoy freedom of artistic expression, that’s my blessing and my gift.
As designs and ideas swirl around in my head and land on this website, I want you to know that I’m sharing my personal style with you. I create what I would wear and what I would love to see on other beautiful people. I feel privileged when you take what I’ve created and make it your own. Thank you.
“The day I grew up was the day I realized there is no free lunch,” she says. “You pay for everything — not only in money — but you pay with time, with experience, with love, with pain, you pay some way. You don’t get away free. If you do, you get something for nothing, and it’s worth nothing.” – Iris Apfel (on CNBC.com)
I’ve highlighted Apfel in this blog in the past, I just think she’s a fantastic lady. Her career continues to show that it’s never too late to find your calling and work hard to make yourself a success. She talked with CNBC.com about how her passion for her work is still going strong with being 95 years old.