“After all, your ‘method’ of work is nothing. Why be tied to any method? You will say that when you step out of your rut you don’t do as well. But what does that matter? It may come better later.”–Robert Henri
Henri is ever the advocate for the perpetual student, both of work and of life. Better to be engaged with the world around you, looking for what interests and excites you and making your art full of those feelings and enthusiasms. In the end, he believes being an artist is about pursuing those high moments in life–the art is just a record.
So, this is just a record–an imperfect one–of a series of images I enjoyed. I wish they had been less flawed, but maybe you can tell I had fun.