Creativity is essential to every phase of work,
serious or fun.
Taking time to be creative fuels my muse. I find that painting helps me be more reflective, and makes me a better observer– both important research skills. As Einstein said (1929): “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”
Don’t be isolated! Be creative, learn new skills, exchange with others.
See my contribution to the Brooklyn Art Library’s Sketchbook Project!
These drawings were inspired by my trip to Mexico and California. They feature watercolor, pen and ink, and colored pencils. https://youtu.be/YE9rLy9xy3g
Life is hectic, art-making is rejuvenating! I find that art-making gives me the chance to observe the world around me and reflect. These participatory classes that give artists, non-artists, and would-be artists, a chance to be creative. Learn more from these short...
You don’t have to be an artist to enjoy creative time!
Take a break from the busy-ness and learn new ways to integrate creativity into your everyday life. I’m offering two classes at Two Hands Paperie in Boulder, Colorado to give you a start!