Small steps make a difference. Rather than be overwhelmed, here are 5 painfree ways to make a difference to the planet. You don’t do this or that so there is no sweat equity involved on your part, but you can feel virtuous that you’re helping the planet. Win-win.
My take on abstract art is that many people feel they need to "FIGURE IT OUT" and if they don't then they are somehow "deficient" and that usually turns into frustration which leads to "I hate abstract art". Well, pooh on that!
OMG. This is too funny. Well, maybe more ironic than funny.
I’ve been kicking myself these past few days to get back into the studio to continue work on a new painting. I keep procrastinating and I only just said to myself, ‘that’s it, get in there!’ when I decided that my experience with procrastination would make a great blog subject… You can see where this is going, right? Here I am …
My studio is my happy place. At least it is when I can get into it to work. Sadly, life gets away from me with deadlines and events. Once I lose control it is hard to feel creative in that environment. I do have a systematic process to get organized that does not involve cleaning and sorting myself into exhaustion.
My Mindfulness Series of paintings coincides with my interest in learning more about the health benefits of being mindful. Each of these moments captured on canvas are reminders of the benefits of experiencing the moment at hand, being aware of both what is going on internally and what is going on around you in the moment.