It's no secret that I am a huge believer in the power and value of creativity to enhance our lives. This can take any form - it's simply doing something which you love and which makes your heart sing. Q: what is creativity? A: the relationship between a human being and the mysteries of inspiration … Continue reading 100 days of creativity: my digital doodling project
Six Degrees of Separation is a meme hosted by Kate on her blog Books Are My Favourite and Best. Each month, a book is chosen as a starting point. Players then publish their own chain, linking the first book six others. A book doesn’t need to be connected to all the others on the list, only … Continue reading Six degrees of separation: From The Tipping Point to Doctor Zhivago
"Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart" ~ William Wordsworth You might have noticed from my recent posts that I seem to have become slightly obsessed with all things paper. It is partly a symptom of the way in which information comes to us these days. Anything viewed online links seamlessly to … Continue reading Continuing on my paper trail
I was fascinated to read this article by artist Kees van Aalst when my Mum shared it recently on Facebook. Van Aalst's premise is that we are all amateurs, and remain so throughout our life. We can and should learn from others. But in the end, finding our own way, our own inspiration and our … Continue reading “We’re all amateurs” – let’s celebrate!