Do YOU have any creative goals for 2019?
I believe creative goals can be a good thing even if we get distracted during the process of completing our ideas. I see goals as a starting point, like making a recipe…
Sometimes when I start a recipe for dinner, I discover that I don’t have all the ingredients to complete it. So it means I need to substitute what I do have to make it work.
Completing creative goals can be like making a recipe, sometimes we need to change “ingredients” to make it work for us.
I started, A Square Project in 2018 but I didn’t get it completed as planned. Perhaps I got bored. Perhaps I got distracted with other art classes. It doesn’t really matter as I enjoyed the process while I did it.
I recently started an assignment from Carla Sonheim’s “365 Right Braininess” online class; to paint watercolor in a square format and fill each square with doodles, drawings and paper collage. I have found that I like creating in a square a day…
How many birds can YOU find in the art piece above?
And it reminded me of this book, “No Excuses Art Journaling,” by Gina Rossi Armfield:
I recently purchased the 1.75 inch punch!
After seeing the journaling ideas from this book and others online, I decided to create my own creative challenge for next year!
I wrote about it in my art journal yesterday:
I hope you will join me in creating a square a day in 2019 with the creative “ingredients” that make YOU happy!
Happy New Year!!