All posts filed under “Creative Process

The beginning, the end, the middle, the detours, the tangents, the tears, the history, inspiration, destruction, construction and everything else.

A head view of the printed Pencil Dogs zine

Saying yes to your ideas

I’ve wanted to make a zine for the longest time, but as usual I have been “waiting for the right time, the right topic, the skills, the tools etc.”, and I just didn’t. It went from a small seed to an avalanche of inspiration, to […]

Montreal Brunch sketch

Montreal Brunch

One of the most intriguing things I’ve come across is how patient Canadians are when it comes to brunch. On Saturday I went for a walk along Rue Notre-Dame and stopped to borrow a couple of graphic novels at the St-Henri Library, then went for […]

Alejandra Pizarnik Retrato

Alejandra Pizarnik

Sometimes there is a world of words that want to come out but they don’t. They accumulate at the base of the throat and before you know it you’re choking. Alejandra used to feel it and with this, she felt the panic of never being […]

Featured Image FlowArte

Why the name FlowArte?

The word Flow represents so many things: movement, ease, softness, something that is constant, evolutionary but mostly it’s something without beginning or end. Infinite. One initial idea behind FlowArte was using my watercolor work to design beautiful leggings for movement artists, like dancers or aerial […]

Practicing one thing at a time

Today I felt like drawing. It’s January 15 and I’m already overwhelmed. There is not much to be done about that. Except to recognize when things are not flowing, take a little break and do something else. Since I started drawing and painting, I’ve practiced […]