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Just Enjoy What You Do: Or—Drawing as an Analogy of Goal Setting

I’ve spent the week on my blog going over self-evaluations and the need for goals. Sometimes it’s important to just enjoy what you do—what you did. In today’s post there’a a sketch of a young man with green hair. I did this sketch from a Sktchy photo.  It’s actually sort of an analogy for what […]


Letting Things Go, Even in the Pursuit of Goals: The Little Journal That Got Away

Note: This post was originally scheduled to run at the end of December 2017. Due to technical issues with the blog I’m just getting to it now. If you read my blog you’ll know that I keep track of the number of pages that I create each year. I do this because it is a […]

Detail of a portion of today's image.

Just Keep Going Whether You Run Out of Ink Or…?

Thanks to everyone who weighed in on Facebook and in the blog’s comments section, and in private emails after my February 10th post. It was sad to hear the blog’s mail program is not working. But it was good to have confirmation of my suspicions.  It still isn’t working. I’ve been in contact with the […]


Testing the New Email Notification on Roz Wound Up

Today I’m posting to see if the new notification email I set up works.  I’ve posted a sketch I did last year to put on a handmade book cover. It’s a watercolor portrait on a disk of Claybord™. I don’t have anything else to say, except that it is fun to paint on Claybord™ because […]

A quick sketch of Carl Too using a dried out Sakura Pigma FB (fine brush point) pen on an extremely long piece of Stonehenge (12 x 6 inches. There is something really fun about sketching with a pen that is drying out, a sort of race. But also a license to scribble.

Housekeeping on Roz Wound Up

So I’m wondering how many readers know I have a newsletter? Since launching the new platform I’ve tried to do a newsletter every four to six weeks. The newsletter deals with information that I think my blog readers would enjoy—information on art-related books, art materials and so on. To make it interesting and non-repetive for […]

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