A few weeks ago, I posted some simple instructions for a drawing exercise that will help you to see more deeply, to focus more effectively, and to build a closer connection with nature through your drawing. Today, I want to show you some of the results of that exercise: As part of Creative Triggers, my
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An inspiring story I recently had an email with an inspiring story. It’s a story about getting a drawing habit going, and succeeding at it, by sharing it with someone you love and trust. It’s a story about giving, too. I want to share it with you today because I hope it will inspire you to
In the blue corner we have Rembrandt van Rijn. The very archetype of the Old Master, storyteller extraordinaire, magician of expression, character and light. In the red corner we have Turner, progenitor of the impressionists, giant of British art and painter of the unpaintable whose primary subject matter was light. Two painters, two very different approaches
I want you to become the artist you dream of being. I want that for you because if you’re more confident, happier and more at peace with yourself, so will the world be. I want it for you because the world needs more beauty, and you have it within you to create it. We all do.