For me, reading, writing, photography and painting are all intertwined like a tangle of sticky spaghetti.
Curiosity can shift your attitude so that you’re seeing magic in what’s been seemingly mundane, and your creativity will skyrocket.
Follow the 11 Commandments of Writing and Daily Creative Routine, according to Henry Miller, in 1932.
As practitioners of creativity, we’re inspired by our voyeuristic natures. And cities offer much room to look inside for ideas.
My room with a view is dedicated to inspiration for my writing, distraction-free save for my view.
Creativity offers the allure of many twists and turns. We can’t really have it all, though, can we? Isn’t choice inevitable?
Windows and doors are irresistible to me. They offer enough symbolism to crank up anyone’s creative engine.
There’s no doubt that some of our best ideas come when we’re away from the office, in the flow of life. But when we’re stuck at our desks, there are aids to help the flow.
Creativity is the one drug, when over-used, that has never caused any harmful side effects. But it has always improved quality of life.
Looking at water for patterns, and finding them, or finding none at all, can be a source of inspiration and creativity.
A single quote sums up what art does, and does not do, from a master of visibility: Paul Klee.
Sometimes themes emerge and merge; this week, letters and cursive and sketching had the upper hand. Pick and choose from the stories in the crosswinds.
As a writer, words are your paint. Here’s a quote from Rhys Alexander to remind you to use all the colors.
Ideas are like rabbits, said John Steinbeck. May you have many. Happy Easter.
Artist Lynn Bridge creates mosaic plates in her Austin, Texas studio, complete with eating utensils. But you don’t eat the food on these plates, because they’re collectible art.