Category: Creative Process

  • Open Energy, Closed Energy

    Do you have open energy running through your body? Creating work out of that pressure, doing all of the things that you have been taught by others, and listening to that voice in your head that tells you you need to be better is not what will create that success you are craving. The true […]

  • To Be an Artist at a Tiny Scale

    A work table in sunlight

    Four weeks have gone by.Four weeks since we left Montreal to be in a remote region of Quebec. Fortunate to have spent all this time by the water, in open spaces, without seeing road advertisements or litter on the streets. No renovation work, loud noises, garbage trucks roaring daily. No people, or hardly any. I […]

  • How I Take Photos of My Art

    FlowArte Studio

    How much time have you spent trying to get the photo that will do justice to your artwork?I’ve wasted days. Once I decided I was going to batch-photograph everything against my bedspread, which was off-white. I shot one piece after the other quickly. I Congratulated myself for being so efficient, only to realize upon transferring […]

  • Best Classes for Learning Digital Art with Analog Feel

    Abstract Art on iPad Pro

    Do you have an iPad with Procreate installed? If you do, you might have begun the wonderful journey of digital art.

  • Visual Journal, Sketchbook, Art Journal or Studies?

    large sketchbook depicting different landscapes in Wax Pastels

    Very few of us know consider the different functions of each. If we did, we would probably make better use of our resources and clarify our practice. This is my classification of these different “containers” as I understand them, but by no means you have to keep them all! Sketchbooks A sketchbook isn’t supposed to […]

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