Hatching

It has to be some kind of weird universal fact, that when you go changing one thing in your life, everything else wants to change at the same time.

I’m now employed full time, at least for the next 6 months and that has already started to affect my creative life. Not in a bad way though, because I still have energy after work. It’s nice to actually do something that keeps challenging me enough. If anything it gives me more energy, so I’ve started to do yoga quite actively and also draw more. I also did a short, weekend long etching retreat and want to do more ceramics. Time goes by quickly and sometimes it feels like a slippery slope.

I’m also looking for a new home, so that’s both exciting and terrifying at the same time. Also heard from my father for the first time in about 5 years. Part of me really wants things to just stay the same, but I can’t keep living in the past.

I’ve quit my participation in the Art Manor project, because I want to concentrate more on my own creative work. Anyway, I still have my collaboration with the Left Overs collective, which I am very happy to be part of. At the moment we are working on a huge knit graffiti piece, which will be exhibited in May, by the riverside in Turku, along with 60 other knitted yarn bombs. To top everything off, I’m also studying creative business at a local business hatchery. I think I’ve finally managed to clarify my plans and it might just be, that Finland will get its first Saori weaving studio in the next 3 to 5 years time…

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Hatching