Just finished Day 2 of my Creative journey, which is drawing.  If your unsure of what this is all about, read yesterday's' blog post here.  After yesterday I was on a real buzz- I couldn't sleep! I just wanted to keep creating 🙂 So I achieved my goal on the first day, and I was thrilled to feel that flow of energy and breathe creativity!

Day 2 Creative journey 2014 with Ingrid Lee

Day 2 Creative journey 2014 with Ingrid Lee

So, what did I do today?

Today was about drawing, and I hadn't drawn like this since I was a teenager- in this style anyway.  It brought back good feelings of that space I made back then and when I really loved art because it was exciting and I was practicing all different styles of work- nice memory.  Not to say I don't enjoy what I do now, but I think a lot more conceptually, back then I just 'did.'  The thing I have noticed today, is that I'm trying hard not to overdo or think too much about these drawings, it's all about relaxing into the process.

 

 

And about you....

I thought I'd mention that if you want to join me on this journey for then next 2 weeks, don't feel you have to have the same materials as I do.  I work professionally in many mediums which is why I have these supplies...don't let that stop you! A 4B pencil or even a biro pen or your kid's colour pencils and some paper is a simple start with a leaf from outside- even a piece of fruit or vegetable.  PLEASE JOIN ME!!! I also loved reading your comments on youtube and in my messages on facebook...please leave more here on the blog or youtube, and ask any questions, I'll answer them.  I look forward to hearing from you.

 

Day 1 creative journey here

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3 Comments
  1. January 27, 2014 -
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    I love your idea of a two week journey. I did this also and the web site above are a few of the works I did during my journey. I am an elementary art teacher and have been so for 33 years. I am grateful to have been able to work with your people for so long.

    • January 27, 2014 -
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      Hi Andrew, thanks for your comment and link...it's a great journey to make space for, I'm enjoying the process and the spontaneity. How long did you make time for?

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