Tag Archives: artist

Using Arbitrary Color

Have you ever seen a green horse, purple apple, or blue rose? I have.  Do I need to go see a doctor about my eyesight? No. I saw a green horse, purple apple and blue rose in art work created … Continue reading

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The Creative Call – Chapter One: Beginning

Welcome to the study of The Creative Call written by Janice Elsheimer. I will write a post each Wednesday as I work my way through the book.  I hope you will join me. This week we will talk about Chapter … Continue reading

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Think Like a Seven Year Old to be More Creative

One of my favorite quotes comes from Pablo Picasso. You probably already knew that because I have a widgit with a Picasso quote on the left hand side of this blog. The quote is:  “All children are artists. The only … Continue reading

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Week Nine – Discovering a Sense of Resiliency

Welcome to my series of articles about Julia Cameron’s book, Walking in This World.  Week Nine  is about Discovering a Sense of Resiliency. I post an article each Wednesday as I work my way through the book. So what is … Continue reading

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Week Eight – Discovering a Sense of Discernment

Welcome to my series of articles about Julia Cameron’s book, Walking in This World.  Week Eight  is about Discovering a Sense of Discernment. I post an article each Wednesday as I work my way through the book. Julia starts Week … Continue reading

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