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Art On Forgiveness

A few months ago, I was reading my book “The Artist’s Way,” perusing the week’s tasks and discovered my task was on forgiveness. This sparked me to create two works dedicated to forgiveness: one about forgiving others, and the other … Continue reading

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How To Know When A Painting Is Finished

Quite simply, this quote completely summed it up for me:  “a painting is never finished, it’s just stopped in an interesting place,” from The Artist’s Way. Julia Cameron talks about how nothing is every finished, at some point we just … Continue reading

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Unwinding In The Morning And Weeding Out The Mind

To add on to my bit about listening, I want to push you to start “morning pages.” Morning pages is part of the exercise to recover your creativity through the book “The Artist’s Way.” For the morning pages, you’ll want … Continue reading

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Apparently I’ve Found “the best book ever written on how to write!”

Brenda Ueland lived 93 years as a veteran freelance writer, memoirist, and writing teacher, publishing around six million words (talk about writing!).  She once said there were two simple rules that she followed absolutely: to tell the truth, and not … Continue reading

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Jump-Start Your Creativity!

The Artist’s Way: If you are stuck or if you are altogether too critical to even allow yourself to create; it is time. You are lacking the ability to fight off your inside critic and also the energy to discipline … Continue reading

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