Art, creativity and design are consuming my thoughts these days. It is 2022. I’m retired. I gave up my webdesign business a few years back. I’m on to other things. My house burned in a forest fire. Instant downsizing! So I have mainly new things, a new way of life, and new ideas.
I’m an artist. In training. I want a place to share and write about that. Thus Klamath Design has a half-life. It will morph from a webdesign site into a graphic design and art site. I’m still living in the Klamath region of far-northern California.
I want to write about art & creativity.
I’m not a classical art expert of any kind so don’t expect much like that. I’m more like a hobbyist sketchbook artist learning about watercolor and acrylic painting. I want to be creative because I am creative, because God created people as creative beings.
Outreach: I also transformed one of my Hub Pages sites into an art-only site and will be adding to that in the weeks and months to come, God willing.
More outreach: I have a YouTube site for creative endeavors, Adventures in Creativity, that I haven’t added to in a while due to the sad fact that my former home burned down and I now don’t have an art studio space (though I managed to save most of my art supplies before the forest fire entered and consumed half my neighborhood).
Here’s a problem: I now live in a travel trailer, using my van and cargo trailer for storage, mostly. I haven’t managed to create a workable art studio space. I’m trying. I keep trying. I won’t stop trying so long as God allows me to live and move around.
Because they are still getting search engine traffic I’ll preserve the older articles about web design and business ownership. I may improve on some of those articles and republish them as the months go on – but so long as I’m able to post and write about my newer art adventures, this site will get the attention it needs and deserves.
Thanks for listening. I’m just saying in this post that the site is changing, because I’ve changed. Art, creativity . . . that’s what I’m now about.
God bless you all. I hope your day is happy and your intentions are pure.