Back home after the opening of my show at Dixie State University and enjoying just a little time to reflect and hopefully to play. I have bought some cold wax and tools and am anxious to get in the studio again and begin working - no, rephrase that - playing! Some good advice I got once was that after a big project you need to allow yourself time to play, to experiment and not to worry about making "successful" work. Maybe I'll show you some of my "experiments" in my next post... we'll see.
I'm still trying to get the word out about the importance of mental health and the detrimental affect of the stigma of mental illness. I have uploaded the longer version of my Defacing Stigma video to my Facebook business page: Fiona Phillips Fine Art and encourage everyone to take 11 minutes and view it - the stories are so powerful!
The show runs until November 16th - so lots of time to stop by if you are in Southern Utah!
When not in my studio I like to spend time with family, go to nurseries, the beach and farmer's markets, eat really good food and dance in the kitchen. I believe in kindness.