Not sure how this is useful but I feel there is something about the shadows or the texture that I want to come back and look at sometime. It is a nice play of warm and cool shapes. My reality is to experiment with these colors and shapes. Then I collect these little fragments of design ...what could be ...what might be. I have boxes. I have bins. I have stacks. I collect these little pieces and parts. Patterns. Textures. Little samples. ...fragments.
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Like kayaking, journaling helps me reinvigorate my creative life. The kayak and journal permit me the freedom to meander and wander as I please. As I do so, what comes back to me is a strong sense of playful curiosity and a renewed hunger to explore.
Creativity has a lot to do with our state of mind. And that playful sense of exploration ...that's what I'm trying to bring to my studio work.
How about you? Where do your ideas come from? How do you cultivate your creative life?
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