A Unique Primitive Art with a whisper to the past~

These truly ARE the voices in my head.

Monday, February 4, 2019


When I was a young girl,
my Daddy told me, 
I could do anything 
that I set my mind to...
 I could be anything 
I wanted to be.

As I grew into a young woman
and entered the workforce,
I realized that it was still a man's

I tossed that power suit
and heels...
and I made my own way.
I followed my bliss 
of family, children,
and my art.

Many a time,
 I would  hear that I couldn't
complete my vision
in the way or technique 
that I wanted.

I have always
stepped quietly away 
from those men...
and came back, 
proving them wrong.

has always served me well.
It keeps me challenging
to work out a
"can't" and make it a "can".
It pushes me
to grasp
the process and technique
in areas that 
I feel are not my strength
and own just a bit of it.

....in the end,
it comes down to problem-solving.

This year,
I am using 
to work on
human faces
and watercolor.

Who says
that you
just have to 
pick one???


Constance said...

I love your creations and your talent and your attitude.

Take care,


TheCrankyCrow said...

Ahhhh....your father and my father must have much in common...but you figured out things much quicker than I. I wish I had followed my heart all those years ago. I love your bewitching witch...and am looking forward to seeing more of your faces and watercolor creations. Robin

Karen Stumbo said...

You are a true inspiration to me! Your work is fantastic and I enjoy seeing your latest creations! You are one of the reasons I decided to try my hand at clay.

Stacey said...

Thank you, friends~Especially for all of your comments. I am thankful that you continue to follow me after such sparse Posts! I am glad to be back and happy to have friends stop by. I wish I could offer you tea!!!!

Karen, enjoy clay! I know it can be trying at first, but with practice, all things come along. Be tenacious!

Anonymous said...

Stacey- hooray for you! Conquer those faces! Thanks for the encouragement