As an artist I keep to my own schedule: I neither rise with the clock nor go to bed with it. My days are unstructured but when I'm working I'm focussed and productive. Down-time and daydreaming are just as important as time in the studio. It's all fodder.
Being an artist keeps me young in attitude, good genes youthful in appearance. I've been called exotic by some.
I'm comfortable with my own company. In fact, I need lots of time alone though when I'm out in the world socializing I'm engaged, extroverted and animated.
I'm intuitive and passionate, an honest and open communicator and have no problem admitting when I'm wrong.
Neither fancy cars nor big houses impress me. My tastes are simple, my needs basic, but good design is always appreciated.
I live in a crooked, little house, a former fisherman's cottage, by the sea. I like to build things. Recent projects include raised garden beds and a rain barrel system to water them.