Learning from other women

Springstep Collective


As I mix colors, map out a plan of how to attack a blank canvas, create shape and line, and piece together each moving part my mind wanders to those who have influenced or taught me. I’m grateful for the encounters and personal relationships of those who have supported and invested in me over the years.

It’s interesting how in this new time of technology boom (I say that because I am feeling old and behind), I find that my influences are changing rapidly. I am able to investigate at the swipe of screen or push of a button. Articles are readily accessible. My influences are a bit less personal but I am able to more quickly find others like me as well as discover more about their art and how they do things.

I’m also learning so much more about women artists. There is a plethora of women artists…

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