Friday, October 29, 2010

Road Trip (Blog Triage- Intro & Lesson #1)


Road Trip
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Laughing Buddha
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Autumn is a great time for a road trip - a tapestry of rich hues of orange, golds, reds and yellows, crisp weather and the scent of pine needles permeate the air. This week along with my hikes throughout scenic White Clay Creek Park near my home, and road trips to visit family and friends, I am embarking on a journey in cyberworld.

I have signed up for ArtBizCoach Blog Triage Class online. Hosted/ taught/ led by Alyson B. Standfield and Cynthia Morris .

My intention in signing up is for two reasons: Clarity and Connection.
Clarity....why I do what I do, and what it is I am doing, and for Connection with other artists, art lovers, and adventurers in an online community that allows and empowers each other to bring their work in whatever form it is, to others in their neighborhood and beyond. Lofty? nah, I like to think.... GO BIG OR GO HOME!

Who is my reader? Your age, gender, or where you hang your hat - is irrelevent.

What I am interested in is how you show up in the world, are you creative? interested in conversation, perhaps collaboration and how can we infuse each other with inspiration and energy to bring our vision, our craft, our ideas into the world.

3 comments:

Toni Ruppert said...

Nancy, this is Toni from your Blog Triage class and I LOVE your voice. I can almost hear you. You mentioned the word "clarity" which I have not heard yet in our class. Good choice. I look forward to hearing more from you.

Talisa Selby said...

Nanci - I am also from the Blog Triage class. Thanks for stopping by my site yesterday. I wish I could have seen your crows - I'm sure they were fabulous! I loved your other collections. The Body as an Open Book series is very powerful. My husband's sister had to have a mastectomy last year. Looking forward to following your blog.
Talisa

Nanci Hersh said...

Thank you for your comments Talisa. I look forward to following your blog as well. I hope that your sister in law is doing well. Does she have children? If so, you can send her to our website for support and as a resource. Next project is to get that blog more consistent and to reflect who we are. One step at a time!