It’s easy to keep yourself from creating. All you have to think is “This has been done before” or “I’m not good enough.” But in a letter to Agnes de Mille, Martha Graham wrote the following:Continue reading Keep The Channel Open: Creative Advice From Martha Graham
Creativity takes practice, which is why people say “You should write every day” (or draw or sculpt or dance or play the tuba every day). There’s an understandable emphasis on consistency, on showing up again and again to do the thing, whatever it is. On working steadily, even if it’s slowly, so that, like the tortoise, we can cross the finish line. Even creativity guru Julia Cameron says so.Continue reading Doing The Thing Every Day — Gently
Rilke reminds us that we should create things the way a tree grows.
October is almost here, which means it’s time to get ready for Inktober. In 2018, I was busy putting a … More Seven Tips for Crushing Inktober 2019
Drawing practice is a lot more fun when you can use color.