Commission Work

One of the reasons I didn’t always enjoy art class was that making art on demand was very difficult for me.  It seemed to sap the joy from the process.  I never imagined I would be able to create art for a living, and while that might still be a far off option, it’s closer than I thought…. but art on demand will always be a part of that.  I was very, very nervous when I accepted my first commissions.  I was eager to, but doubtful I would be successful.  Thankfully, I proved myself wrong, and have since (for the most part) gotten over my fear.

It’s rearing it’s ugly head now that I have a full plate along with a looming show, but I’m trying to take it in stride.  I know this is a very good problem to have.

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