January’s theme for Creative Every Day is “lost and found.” To me, collage is the ultimate lost and found art form, transforming old magazines and cards and such into new images. I spent some time this weekend thinking about my New Year’s resolutions, turning them into a collaged cover for my sketchbook journal.
I gotta walk my talk. I spend a lot of time working with clients on thinking and working more creatively. In order to do that well, I need to keep my own creative juices flowing! I’ve signed up for the Creative Every Day challenge created by the same gal responsible for Art Every Day Month. […]
This bighorn sheep sculpture lives in the lobby of Desert Medical Center in Palm Springs, where my wife’s aunt died on Thursday evening. Driving home from the desert yesterday, I saw FOUR live sheep climbing a hill next to the highway. Having this AEDM project kept me sane during the days spent with a house […]
We had Thanksgiving dinner today, two days after Auntie B’s death. It is hard to find/make time for anything that feels like art under the circumstances, but there’s always paper around for random doodling.
Desperate to get out of the hospial for awhile, we went for coffee and found a lovely courtyard in between several shops and restaurants. Leslie finished charting yesterday’s patients while I sketched this rusty metal sculpture of Don Quixote.
Our plans for a mellow Thanksgiving at home were dashed by a family emergency requiring travel across the state. So instead of finishing the autumn leaf-themed cards I’d planned for my guests, I am drawing my fellow airplane travelers.
Last night I spent a couple of wonderful hours talking and scribbling with my visual thinker friends John and Veda. We are all reading Lynda Barry’s new book Syllabus and working through many of her exercises, acting as support group for each other. John also shared the stuff he’s been doing from Ivan Brunetti’s book […]
Semi-blind contour drawing of the Sea Ranch Chapel. I think the section I did completely “blind” (stone wall in the foreground) is far more interesting than the section in which I “cheated” a bit (texture on the roof of the chapel.) I may add some watercolor later. One of the stained glass windows, from inside […]