Wednesday, January 19, 2011

So.Many.Ideas.!!!

Megan Coyle Collage Thoughts

So many ideas and so little time! I better hurry up so I can capture them all on paper! Or should I say "in" paper?

My desk is covered in slips of paper - all my "to do" lists. I'm anxious to start quite a few projects and finish them soon, but there's only so many hours in the day. Thus I'm focusing on just a couple of things for now.

I'm continuing to work away on my book but I have a couple of other projects coming up that I haven't mentioned before. A client of mine contacted me about donating my services for a silent auction for an organization called The Cure Starts Now. TCSN raises money for pediatric brain cancer research. I've lost a few family members to different types of cancer, and I couldn't think of any other type of organization I'd want to donate my work to. So it looks like I'll be donating a custom work of art for the first time in the next few months.

Anyway, I'm off to turn my collage thoughts into actual collages.

10 comments:

Sarah said...

Great picture!

Melissa said...

I agree it is a great picture! Perhaps you should use it as your author picture on your kid's book. They would love it!

Megan Coyle said...

I like your idea :) sounds like a plan!

cbmosaics said...

I know exactly how you feel!! And unfortunately, mostly ideas that will have to wait for more than a year, haha. I like the idea of using this photo for your book, too. :)

cindy said...

love your photo and the charity sounds perfect for your work!

Jennifer DeDonato said...

I can't wait to see whats swimming around in your head.

Tracey said...

what a cute picture :)
and bless you for helping such a great cause.

rachel awes said...

loooooove your picture in this posting!!!!
love to you & all those IDEAS!!!
xox

ELK said...

nice to know am not the only one with this thought process.. you really make yours more more festive love the photo!!

Bella Sinclair said...

Hahahaha, love what goes on in that pretty little head of yours. (Ooh, cool necklace!) So wonderful of you to donate your work. That sounds like an excellent cause.

And hey! It's the 24th! I hope your Kentucky exhibit had a great opening!