Last night I was thinking about what life will be like after college. I, like most students, I suspect, have a love/hate relationship with school. I love creating new things through photography and other art forms. I hate writing papers and how I always seem to procrastinate. I love getting feedback and new ideas from my fellow students. I hate memorizing names of paintings, artists, and dates. etc. etc. Most importantly, I'm glad that I'm in school, learning all these things. And I love when I can see my own progress!
I've mostly been thinking about how "creative" I will remain once I graduate. I'd like to continue to make projects on my own time, but will I find the drive to do it without a deadline or a grade? I suppose I can create my own deadlines? Any former art students out there that have found it difficult to continue with art once you've graduated/started a family?
Hey, Thanksgiving break is next week. I will be doing homework all throughout next week. Some break, eh? At least this homework involves taking photographs.
shirt, jacket: thrifted, pants: Marshall's, shoes: Target