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Good morning friends,

Yes, it's June.

I spent the last month in blissful procrastination. I wasn't sure how to finish the final piece of CAVEART. I knew what I wanted the painting to look like, I knew what I was trying to say, but not how to pull it out of my mind and into reality.

Instead I refocused my energy to the cave itself, rearranging furniture for better use of the space, propagating plants and various chores that become fascinating when you can't seem to focus on work. I've come to realize that procrastination serves a purpose. Besides unclogging your bathtub drain and reorganizing your shoes, procrastination gives your mind time and space away from your project so that you can gain a fresh perspective. When you take time to socially distance yourself from your work you lower the risk of infecting it with over thinking.

Now it's important to remember that procrastination like anything needs to be done in moderation. Procrastinating indefinitely will only make you lose sight of your goals. This is why I set deadlines for myself. I gave myself until the end of May to start painting the final piece, which is now in progress, and I gave myself until June 21 to create the virtual show.

On Sunday, June 21st I invite you to my studio for a virtual viewing of CAVEART. The show will be posted on my website. You'll need to provide your own wine and cheese for this one.

Until then, stay magical.


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Lana Kamaric · 321 Surrealist Way · Lanaland, LK L3L 2K1 · Canada

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