9/8/07

what's your fantasy?

I wonder what you other artists and writers fantasize about. Is there some ideal in your head about what would make everything perfect?

Here is mine:

To be sequestered somewhere with no worries about wasting lumber, metal or money on tools and supplies. To have a mentor that helps me understand said tools....and finally, uninterrupted time to work, play, explore these resources without the reality of getting hopelessly in debt.

5 comments:

Chelle said...

My fantasy is a fully equipped shop, complete with a view of mountains outside the windows and of course a big friendly shop dog. The lumber rack is always full of interesting wood, and my life is full of the time to make things from the lumber.

self taught artist said...

sounds great...how could I forget about having a view of mountains!!! I want that too.

Bob Johnson said...

To have lots of money to build a space ship that has faster than light capability, then travel the cosmos, thats's all, very simple.

kate said...

Well mostly I think of how I'd like to be able to disappear sometimes, with a big stack of paper and paints and good music. No fiddle sessions to organise, no alarm clock to wake me in the morning, sun, warmth, and my dog lying happily at my feet all day long. I hate having to go places when I'm not feeling like it ... even if I felt enthusiastic at the time.

Steve Kane said...

A house with a recording studio, a home cinema (no other people to talk through the film or rustle sweet wrappers or have their damn cell phones going off or people with ridiculously tall hair deciding to sit right in front of me even though the whole place is empty!), a library with a big leather armchair and fireplace, and a large garden so I could keep a dog or two. And a big wine cellar.