Process art focuses on the process of creating rather than an end product.
Category Archives: Mindful Art
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”
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.
Drawing Your Breath
I believe that creative expression is linked to mindfulness. When you are creating your are in the present moment. You are focusing on what is before you. I consider the process of creating to be an active form of meditation. This is especially true if you take the time to pause and notice your breathContinue reading “Drawing Your Breath”