Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Today is a New Day -- Looking for Round Robin Art!

I have been discussing blogs with other friends whom I met while blogging years and years ago.  I assume while I have been busy with other things ... my art, my writing, DAR, Mineral Wells Art Association, Women's Club, genealogy, history, and, of course, my church ... blogging has gone by the wayside!

Some of my friends still blog, but many don't anymore, and some I simply cannot find, even on Facebook!  Some still write poetry or do photography and post what they do on Facebook, but I think Facebook it getting too messy - too jammed up.

Years ago many of us artists shared our art through round robin pass arounds.  My oldest daughter was looking at several we have hung on the wall, and she asked how she could become a part of a round robin.

As of right now, I fear they no longer exist!  I simply cannot understand why, so I am searching for other similarly inclined artists who would like to try a round robin.

If you, out there, read this and are interested, please contact me by commenting below or by emailing me at sue_seibert@att.net.

I have every intention of blogging at least once a week.  If you are interested in genealogy or history, writing prose or poetry, taking photographs, painting or drawing, and you would like to form an online group, let's do it.  I mess that connection!

See ya in the funny papers!  Real soon!

2 comments:

Anne Jeffries said...

hi, sue. my blogging had slowed down alot. I still write and take photos but most of it goes of Instagram and attaches to FB. I visit blogs only when I'm in the mood and, and as you can imagine, my following has plummeted. After ten years, I, like a lot of people, have simplified and moved on. I was never really into round robins and swaps because of thsy pesky little thing called a deadline. And don't even get me going about creative blocks.

Anywhoooo, I hope you find round robin enthusiasts. By the way, did book 2 ever get finished?

Anne Jeffries said...

hi, sue. my blogging had slowed down alot. I still write and take photos but most of it goes of Instagram and attaches to FB. I visit blogs only when I'm in the mood and, and as you can imagine, my following has plummeted. After ten years, I, like a lot of people, have simplified and moved on. I was never really into round robins and swaps because of thsy pesky little thing called a deadline. And don't even get me going about creative blocks.

Anywhoooo, I hope you find round robin enthusiasts. By the way, did book 2 ever get finished?

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