It's coming up to 2 years since I began the blog. Perhaps this is the time to take stock, maybe there is a 2 year hiatus common to bloggers:). There are times I enjoy posting and times when it feels a chore and I would rather be in the studio or vice versa!
Living in a rural environment, I do feel isolated from other artists and very much enjoy looking at other artists' blogs for the inspiration and the camaraderie I miss, having previously enjoyed a city-based studio practice.
But this does not solve the current dilemma of where to go with This Artist's Place. I quite like the format on One Hundred Boxes - no dialogue and just images with media description. I don't think I gave much thought initially to blogging and it has evolved in rather an untidy way with my posting whatever I was creating at that moment - more a sketchbook of ideas and thoughts than a coherent entity.
I have noticed that many of the bloggers I follow have moved, created additional blogs, given up, been amalgamated into zines. There must be a natural lifespan to blogs with many changes on the journey. Where do all the dead blogs go?