Day 4 prompt of The Creative Stretch was “be playful” and you all know that’s something that falls right in my wheelhouse. But there was a twist … Andrea and Minette invited us to play in a way we normally wouldn’t. I am very experimental in my art, combining media wantonly and following all ofContinue reading “The Creative Stretch: Be Playful”
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The Creative Stretch: Be Devoted
This was unexpected and became deeply personal really fast. I did not expect to go on the emotional roller coaster that the prompt (be devoted) from The Creative Stretch Warmup took me on. I hadn’t even given “devoted” much credence when I first saw the word…it didn’t “appeal” to me as much as intentional andContinue reading “The Creative Stretch: Be Devoted”
The Creative Stretch: Be Mindful
The creative stretch is helping me reconnect with my purpose and helping me rediscover myself as an artist. Have you registered, yet?
The Creative Stretch: Be Intentional
As part of the free workshop offered this week by Andrea and Minette, I did a deep dive into the meaning of the phrase “be intentional” (as it applies to me) in this season of life. And I realized my deep desire to slow down. What normally would have been a 20-30 minute journaling sessionContinue reading “The Creative Stretch: Be Intentional”
Trusting the Process
It’s important to give yourself permission to change course midway. Trust your gut, honor your feelings and immerse yourself in the process.
Don’t discard those “meh” prints! These are awesome backgrounds that you can transform into anything your heart desires. Look at what I did 🙂
One Day at a Time
Covid-19 has wreaked havoc in our lives and the more worried I get, the more I realize that art is the best form of self care and therapy.
Creating Contrast in a Journal Page
I’m often asked how I decide on my color schemes. I wish I had a more acceptable answer but the truth is that I don’t give color any thought.
The Journey of a Journal Spread
It’s fun to watch a journal spread evolve from a blank page of paper to becoming a work of art that evokes an emotion.
10 minutes is all you need
Give yourself 10 minutes of art every day and you’ll notice the benefits of this instant therapy spilling over into other areas of your life.