Friday, December 28, 2012

wooden picture frame

This is a wooden picture frame I painted with spray paints and Jessica Sporn's stencil. 

Next four prompts are from Reverb#12:
24. What is the single most important habit you intend to cultivate in 2013?
Drinking green tea. :) Honestly, that's what first came to my mind. I find myself struggling, if I consciously make a decision to do something, so I won't.

25. Next year, how will you tend to your vulnerabilities? How will you build them a shelter from the storm? How will you put them through physical therapy? How will you find a way to make them work to your advantage?
Well, how does one answer this? I have many faults but I don't know if they make me vulnerable. To be vulnerable is a conscious decision anyway. It's just a point of view, a perception of one's reality. It's a human nature and a survival instinct in us that prevent us to expose our vulnerabilities. If we consciously choose to do so, it only shows we're ready to move past it, to grow and to not let those things affect us anymore. But are they still vulnerabilities then? I could say my vulnerability would be putting myself out there to be judged. But when I do that consciously, I'm prepared for it and I guess I shield myself so it doesn't hurt me therefor it's not my vulnerability anymore. 

26. How do you intend to carve out more time for the things that are the most important to you in 2013?
This year just flew by for me.  But I don't mind. Time doesn't have claim on me. Unless I have a deadline I don't really feel like I'm short on time. So I just don't give myself deadlines and problem is solved. :)

27. How did you make time for creativity in 2012? Looking back, is there one creative time or one particular creation that stands out for you? (Maybe you could share it here?) How will you continue (or start) making time and space for your creative passions in 2013?
I don't have problem with time. Lucky me. I know. :)

Linking to Paint Party Friday and Artists in Blogland . Happy Holidays!


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26 comments:

  1. this looks very pretty Natasha. Looks strong, dramatic.

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  2. Love the frame!! These questions are really in depth! Thanks for being so honest!

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  3. Beautiful frame, Natasha, and some really thought-provoking questions and answers.

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  4. Love how the paint rains down on the figures! Love your solution to time! Happy PPF!

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  5. I love your photo frame Natasha... that stencil is awesome... and great answers...

    Jenny ♥

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  6. That looks bright and cheerful and very inspiring too...and so I love all of it :)

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  7. Love the paint splatter and stencil! HPPF!

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  8. Love that picture frame! Hugs, Valerie

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  9. The frame looks great! Liked reading your answers too. Time is a funny thing, we all handle it differently & I love your attitude to it.

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  10. Some of your answers are very thought provoking Natasha May. I have enjoyoed reading them the last few posts. LOVE the frame. Is it hand made or can you purchase them like that. Very nice indeed. xoDonna

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  11. Great and very creative idea. I love your frame. Have a very happy PPF!!!

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  12. You are rocking that stencil! Thank you!! Love your answers too -- I agree with you about time -- it flies, it crawls and creeps, it stands still -- it is a figure of our imagination and like imagination, it limitless! xoxo

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  13. You must feel like a celebrity answering all these questions! Well, I suppose you are really - we all know you!!

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  14. I'm not sure if I commented here or not - thought I did. Well - I'll just repeat - love the picture frame. Stencils are so much fun. Happy PPF and Happy New Year

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  15. Awesome stenciled frame, Natasha!
    You are so talented!!
    ♥♥♥
    Happy PPF and Happy New Year!!
    Mary
    Mixed-Media Map Art

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  16. Love the painted frame, that stencil is so cool!

    Happy PPf and Happy New Year!

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  17. the figures look like they're dancing for joy-love the colors you chose for this!Happy PPF and Happy New year!

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  18. your frame is charming

    interesting questions to ponder....
    green tea is suppose to be quite good for us, i think i will go make a cuppa ;-)

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  19. The picture frame is very cool. What a great gift. Drinking green tea is a great add for the new year. Start with the good stuff - try this place www.summittea.com Lucky girl with no issues with time - I think I'll strive for that in 2013 :) Wishing you a very creative and art filled 2013.

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  20. Creative picture frame ~ lovely ~ great goals for 2013 ~ ^_^

    Happy New Year to You ~ A Creative Harbor aka ~ ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^

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  21. Delightful use of Jessica's stencil. And I found the questions and your a sneers thought provoking ! HPPF !

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  22. Great frame. I love green Ginger tea. I stopped prilosec and this is a great substitute. Blessings, Janet PPF Happy New Year.

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  23. Beautiful art frame! LOVE IT!

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  24. Love the frame...and I really love that you don't have a problem with time. Me either...mostly. It just is - and as a blogger friend reminded me one time, WE ALL have ALL the time in the world.

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  25. A really wonderful art frame.

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