Why do we do what we do? Is it because we want to impress others with our skill. Is it because we secretly desire the attention? Is it because we are artistically hungry to express ourselves? I have often thought about it myself. Long before I even thought about cutting my first piece of wood, I put pencil to paper for many years. After many years of trying to figure out why I “create”, I am starting to get some idea of why I create the things I do. For me personally, I think it is because my imagination runs constantly. I spend the majority of my time thinking about things that I can create as opposed to actually creating it. I believe that a peak into my thoughts may scare the timid. Without a guided tour, it is possible to get lost in the cavernous recesses. My imagination far surpasses my skill. But, without imagination, everything would be only a copy of something else.
So,...I ask, why do you do what you do?
-- If you don't work, you don't eat!.....Garland, TX