Polka dots and jazz hands

February 1, 2010

“I’m not an artist in the least bit, so the only way to really have fun with this was to draw myself as a stick figure. Because of that, I didn’t really need to worry about how I looked, per se, but I think I focused on my essence (hippy-dippy but true!).

Meet Michelle: An extremely passionate career woman. Photo Credit: http://www.WhenIGrowUpCoach.com

I see myself as very bright (color-wise) & energetic & quirky & welcoming, which explains the big smile & the outstretched arms.  But when I went to label things, I immediately saw the arms as ‘jazz hands’ & added that element of my personality – the musical theater performer – into the self-portrait, too. My favorite quote is, ‘Always reach for the moon – even if you miss you’ll land among the stars.’  I always feel a sense of opportunity & awesomeness when I look at the sky, so stars have always held something symbolic for me.  I had to include them here!”

-Michelle Ward, the When I Grow Up Coach in New York City

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3 Responses to “Polka dots and jazz hands”

  1. How exciting – my artistic debut! Thanks for creating such a safe space for a stick-figure “artist” like myself. You rock, Kira!

  2. [...] off is my self-portrait, thanks to Kira of  The Mathematics of Glamour. “But Michelle,” you perplexingly ask, [...]

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