© 2014 Lynsey

Art in the streets

Ah, Elizabeth, you’ve left your art folios in the street.

I’m unsure whether you’ve abandoned your studies [tsk, so early in the year], or these are from last year [tsk, littering].

I felt so guilty when I saw these folios. I’ve got similar abandoned works where I’ve seen the glint of a prospective business or creative opportunity. I’ve explored it, developed it, and when I finally see that the well is dry, I put it to one side and move on. Twenty years slide by to the sound of laughter and tears, the music of delight and sadness. I find my work in a box somewhere and I’m moved by how good the potential was and how I was unable to move it up to the next level.

I feel amazed and happy that at that time I had the skills.

And then I feel sad and frustrated for the loss of the potential.

As ever, time steals it all away.

Elizabeth, I have your portfolios in my studio. If you want them, please contact me.

04. Every day is an opportunity to cultivate the promise of the future.
08. Every day choose to bring about change.
13. Every day be better than you were the day before.

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