Finding Creative Inspiration

Have you ever found that your creative inspiration is nowhere to be found? What do you do? I truly believe that all humans are creative beings, but sometimes we might not FEEL creative. I struggle with this from time to time for sure! I think there are many reasons that could cause this loss ofContinue reading “Finding Creative Inspiration”

Our Relationship With Mistakes

Mistakes are a part of life. We all make mistakes on a daily basis. For some reason though, we feel that we shouldn’t. We feel the need to hide our mistakes. Artists of all levels tend to struggle with this. We hide our work away, waiting to reach some imagined perfection. Only then can weContinue reading “Our Relationship With Mistakes”

Jan. Tarot Journaling

I absolutely love to use my tarot card as a journaling prompt. This can also be done with Oracle cards as well. You do not necessarily need to be a skilled reader or even a believer in divination to use your cards in this way. You can use any type of deck and any typeContinue reading “Jan. Tarot Journaling”

Our Relationship With Color

Throughout the month of September I have been hosting a 30 days of color challenge on my Instagram pages. It has been so much fun to explore color each day. I am not ready for the fun to end so I thought I would create a little ongoing color challenge here on the website. ThisContinue reading “Our Relationship With Color”

Stress Transformation Drawings

Did you know that drawing, among other forms of creative activity can help reduce stress? It’s true! Studies have shown that people who practice various forms of art experience reduced levels of cortisol, the stress hormone. The best part is that you do not need to be an “artist” to experience these benefits. I wantContinue reading “Stress Transformation Drawings”

Incorporate Creative Activity Into Your Mindfulness Practice

Practice self care by blending creative activity with mindfulness.

Art With Limited Supplies

So covid has been an interesting challenge for many reasons, but as an artist/art teacher it has meant that many of us are working from home or virtually and often with limited supplies. This is where the great outdoors and recycling bin can com in handy! Read on for fun ideas to try at homeContinue reading “Art With Limited Supplies”