Thursday, October 15, 2020

Make good art

It's a whole week since I posted. I'm sorry my posts are so few and far between these days.

This was the lovely light through the bedroom window when Dave drew the blind this morning.

I haven't been too miserable to post, and I haven't been writing, I've been trying to make 'good art.'

I know I've shared this quote from Neil Gaiman before, but it still holds good.

I've been attempting to make a perfect copy of a design because I want to have it printed on greetings cards - multi purpose greetings cards - and then sell them in aid of one of my favourite charities - HELP REFUGEES.

This is the latest draft:

Hugs       © Sue Hepworth

I am happy with the design itself, it's the getting-it-perfect-enough-to-print bit that I'm struggling with. Onward and upward: I'll get there.

The Monsal Trail is looking lovely these days, with the leaves turning, and I really should have taken some photos for you yesterday when I was out on my bike ride. Instead I was thinking about the light at the end of the tunnel. 

It's there, even if we can't always see it. Or even imagine it. 
These difficult times won't last forever.


Sally said...

Glad to see that you have got your mojo back๐Ÿ™‚! Lovely photos of the light at the end of the tunnel! On a day like today autumn is gorgeous. Sally๐Ÿ‚๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ๐Ÿงก

marmee said...

Love the design!!

Sue Hepworth said...

Thank you friends. xx

Anonymous said...

Light at the end of the tunnel is such an important image just now and especially for the UK. Love the art you’re making