I also have been able to articulate the process of creating and how to incorporate it more seamlessly into life, in this blog and in my teaching!
It has taken a lifetime to realize that vision. It hasn't happened in the way I imagined it, but that is the way life is.The challenge is to transform what life gives me into the art that I live everyday.
So, when I look at this beautiful photo of sunlight breaking through the shadows, it helps me to understand the value of shadows and movement not only as I look down the road, but also in my life path.
Interfering events and exhaustion have inhibited my blogging recently.
So I rested.
Now I find myself sorting, organizing, redesigning. When I find myself having to slow down physically , I make lots of little piles for reading, writing, planning and sketching. This is great for my creativity, although it wreaks havoc with my dear husband's sense of order. So I have now begun to take a look at my blog to see how I can help my subscribers to better discover or rediscover that innate creative gift that we all have. I've been reading lots of relevant books and searching through blogs that explore making things from different perspectives.I've been going to art shows and working in my journal. I will be sharing some of this in future posts!
Being creative in life and art requires balance,inspiration and some down time The reward is transformation of our thoughts, sprits and bodies. Have you found that to be true for you?
Tell me, what inspires you when things aren't going the way you planned? Do you have any quick and fun remedies? ( I like a pistachio gelato break, but can't have it often!) I look forward to hearing from you in the comments.
Now, off to my studio I go!