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.”
July is World Watercolor Month, an only global community event hosted by Charlie O’Shields on Doodlewash.com. See my unfolding art journal, based on daily prompts.
Open Arts is hosting a pop-up gallery in Boulder, Colorado this summer. In addition to seeing local art, you can create your own! Join me for a series of creative workshops on the Pearl Street Mall.
Let’s explore art, nature, memoir or diary, and bullet journal approaches and look at the kinds of techniques you can use to reflect mindfully, capture observations, record thoughts, and plan important events.
Does your group, organization, or business need to get creative? My creative interlude workshops are based on three principles: We need time to refresh our minds and spirits. We are collectively under stress from a tumultuous time and information overload. We spend...
Try a fountain pen to liven up your writing! If you are looking for a pen to start with, these pens are tried and true. They are modestly priced, good quality, fun to use and easy to maintain. They all come in multiple colors, and have steel nibs. Patronize your local...