Some years ago there was a book created by Buckminster Fuller titled "I seem to be a verb." The contained visual art on every page, with the narrative pretty much single lined from beginning to end.
The title said it all, even more now that we have the internet, that our lives used to be described with nouns, but due to the way communication is shifting and changing, it seemed to him that more accurate descriptions would be to use verbs instead. Life is action.
But these days I often feel that the world is zipping along as a verb, while my little piece of it is only a minor qualifier to the action, some kind of adverbial phrase that includes having web presence.
I should be interacting more here on DA, now that I can do my art full time. But I find most of my energy going into my art and now into trying to get it out there. I am writing about it though.
The Tenth Muse -- my blog about the philosophy of art or aesthetics: [link]
The Naked Form -- about photographing nudes: [link]
Tai Chi Chi Kung -- about my years learning Tai Chi and Chi Kung basics: [link]