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Drypoint Engraving: Asleep in Rome (& You’re absolutely a Creative)

You’re a Creative Person too I just had a chat with my neighbor about creativity. I talk about being creative a lot at art festivals and social mixers.  When someone asks what I do, and I say “I’m an artist.”, my new acquaintance usually turns wistful, and replies: “Oh, it must be so wonderful to be creative. I wish […]

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Watercolor: Provence Cypress (& managing ego in the studio)

Where am I? I’ll be traveling in a few weeks, so I’m pondering light weight art supplies. I’ve written about the gear I use  (read that post here) at art festivals and painting workshops, but I’d love to hear what you travel with… what’s your go-to brush set, or palette? How about your fave fold-up chair, […]

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Watercolor: You Can See the Stars from Here (& creating before consuming)

Creative Personality Traits A daily schedule with habitual, obligatory segments is something I associate with grade school, corporate offices and cats. But even still, I crave a creative routine. As an artist, my internal compass is calibrated towards distraction and mental-wanderings. I have Super-Hero-Skills in the fine art of Not-Finishing. (Here’s a great article about why we don’t finish things, and strategies for […]