The Value of a Daily Art Practice

The Value of a Daily Art Practice

  Back in January, I thought I'd draw every day for a month as part of the Tiny Daily Habits course I was taking and that would be it--instead, it's turned into a daily art practice. And I have to admit, that calling it an "art practice" isn't something that rolls trippingly off my tongue (or my fingers)--not at all. I've been making visual art of one...

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Lunchtime Art

Lunchtime Art

So one nice thing about my new job is that I am able to take a lunch break. Some days I eat with coworkers, other days I read a book. Today, I made art. Art is good! And it's been too long since I've made anything. (And I'm posting this from the WordPress app on my phone, let's see how this works.)

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Hello! I'm Natalie Luhrs.

I write about books, culture, disability, and whatever else strikes my fancy. I have many opinions.

I am a two-time Hugo Award finalist, in 2017 for Best Fan Writer and in 2021 for my essay “George R.R. Martin Can Fuck Off Into the Sun, Or: The 2020 Hugo Awards Ceremony (Rageblog Edition)” in the Best Related Work category.

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