I’m Janice Tanton – Full Time Human Being, Artist, Wife, Mom, Breast Cancer Survivor…and lots of other things!
“What interests me?”
“What gets my goat?”
“How do I see the world on any given day?”
You’ll find that here.
I tend to be opinionated. I hope/expect the same from you. I like to learn, and usually I learn the most from those whose opinion is quite different than mine, so please…contribute, debate, question and be CURIOUS.
Sometimes I mis-step into something perhaps I shouldn’t, but with age comes a thick, high pair of rubber boots to wade through the barnyard. We should all have to get to the dirt and “muck out” at some point in our lives. Underpinning it all, is a deep concern and care for my fellow human beings. I know there’s treasure buried on the farm.
Creatives are sometimes feared & ridiculed…and at the same time highly valued for their ability to see things that others do not. I see a portion of my job in this lifetime as trying to articulate the creative mind, process and creation.
It’s quite unedited.
I saw a great bumper sticker that read:
“Do something that scares you EVERY day.”
That’s really stuck with me. I try to live like that & I challenge YOU to do something that scares you each and every day. That’s how we grow and learn. That’s how we understand our ultimate capability and capacity as human beings…..and that’s how we become agents of change in this world.
I love interesting conversation on meaningful subjects and am always open to learning new things, hearing the opinions of others and finding new ways to relate. Check out the links to topics of discussion on the right side or top of this page. Get involved in this blog. It’s as much yours as it is mine, and you are…in a sense, part of my artistic enquiry into our human condition. The thing I love about blogs is the interaction. I want to hear from you! Comment away!
I am confident. I am a mother. I am an artist. I am a Full Time Human Being, and I am ready to change things and be vocal and “out there” about it. I care about the human race, and I strive to understand it.
That’s about the most important “About Me” that you might ever need to know.