Go do that thing that is always on your mind and in your heart!
Just going with the flow, I let the watercolor paint form and take shape on paper until I found the image, The idea for a haunting formed during the process. – watercolor, pen on Canson 140lb paper
Without a plan, I just let the paint take form on paper and this image came forth, as the words “my mind is full” swirled in my head..
Watercolor on paper.
Oh hello darling, so lovely to see your face…
So it happens, that feeling, that mood which hijacks your body and clips your wings. Don’t dare fight it, just brush it off, keep moving and you will fly again.
Pencil and pen drawing
my life on a string..
Drawing: Pencil and marker on paper.
Do the things that bring you joy and fills your soul. Create your moments!
This image and the words were on my mind for days, I decided to draw it out and let it flow onto the page.
Illustration: Watercolor and pen on Canson 140 lb paper
Sometimes it feels like you are deep in a frilly mess but then you realize you can change it! If the zipper sticks just grab the scissors!
Sometimes I don’t know who or what will appear when my pencil touches the page but characters are always welcome. Song: Eet by Regina Spektor
Ideas are most welcome when they appear unannounced. When that creative idea makes a visit I pay attention, because if I ignore the visitor, it will taunt and haunt me all day.
This quick little illustration came about when I participated in the Deepak/Oprah 21 day guided meditation challenge. As I meditated on releasing negativity, an image appeared and stuck with me. I did my best to portray my version of letting go. Holding on to stuff internally, whether anger, negativity, old wounds will keep us chained, hold us back from from a vibrant healthy life.
Open up, let it out and be light.
Watercolor, pen on paper
Process from start to finish.
Having a little fun.. Painting process from start to finish.
-Watercolor and marker on paper –
*Music: Ingrid Michaelson – Sort Of
Shaking up my day this morning getting out of my little studio to meet up with a friend. It was perfect weather to be out and about today. I headed to a local cafe for a good cup of cafe mocha and to enjoy some engaging conversation. Afterwards I was inspired to create this little doodle.
Cookie cat was patiently waiting for my return.