Some people are just brilliant. Enter Phil Cuttance. I'm telling ya, sometimes I really get bummed out and frustrated that I just don't have the time and money to imagine and produce the beautiful objects that I see in my head. When I see artists like Phil creating these incredible, beautiful handmade objects that are so one of a kind, I am immediately inspired and desperate to create something new and innovative. I guess what makes a great artist and designer is pushing past those feelings of "I don't have enough _________ to do what I love" and just simply forging ahead, creating a better and more efficient way to keep doing what you want to be doing.
I'm currently at one of those stages, wishing I had more money and time to invest in my jewelry line. I have so many visions of changes I want to make, new designs I want to create, new material I want to work with, the list goes on. But as I said before, a great designer is someone who finds a way despite any obstacles. I've gotten a good amount of work done for the day today and I'm going to devote the second half of the day to just coming up with answers to the questions & dreams I have lying around in my mind. I love making plans, lists, and goals. So today I'm marking a beginning to new plans and goals, turning seemingly unattainable dreams into actual goals I can work towards.
How do you turn your dreams into attainable realities?
Phil Cuttance found via Blog Milk (obsessed with this blog right now!)