There is no such thing as a mindless doodle. I’ve started infodoodling while listening to speakers in workshops and interviews and I may never go back to straight note taking. Author Sunni Brown wrote “The Doodle Revolution” and in it she … [Continue reading] about Doodling is thinking in disguise.
A great way to recycle with love This is it for art this morning. A recycled paint color swatch with a doodle, some love, and a wish, packed in my husband’s lunch. Day 75/100 … [Continue reading] about Paint chip card doodles can be art
We really are all in this together This Saturday, my Day 77 and Grayson Gallery’s Art Meets Activism event, happens and I’m close to ready. Sort of. I’m supposed to paint “live” during the event and I will, but not without placeholders you … [Continue reading] about Good things happen when you show up
A little kindness costs nothing On March 9th I noticed tulips doing their best to find the light. I moved the gazing ball and hoped for the best. The stems and leaves had sprouted sideways, misshapen to adapt to their obstacle. A month … [Continue reading] about Let’s take a lesson from nature
Really. Everything’s fine. There’s an event in six days, class in four, a report due in three, meetings today. I am fine. A story to write, a story to edit, a drawing for a contest, a blog post, and a load of laundry. I am fine. A … [Continue reading] about Seriously, I am fine.