The amassing of squares for my 'quilt' is proving a wonderful opportunity for an exploration of process.
I meander along a particular creative path and see where it leads me. When I feel I have gone into a cul-de-sac, I back out and start on a new path. (You'll be able to identify a few of these paths in the selection shown.)
Staying the course However, after reading this inspiring interview with artist, Anna Schuleit about her process on Gwarlingo, I began to question whether it might not be beneficial to try staying with the path a bit longer in case - rather than a cul-de-sac - all I have reached is a rather narrow pass.
So what about you? Can YOU "stay with the work even if it doesn't feel great or seem satisfying or directional or conclusive"?