Today I was asked how I deal with emotional overload (due to a particular subject/issue) – and I answered with what I’ve been trying to do more of, namely: write or draw or paint.
This goes for ANY sort of emotional distress, or even an overload of ‘good’ emotions.
We are three days – and two awesome expressions of creativity – into LifeBook 2015 and I am LOVING IT!
It gives me an excuse (not that I really needed one but hey now I’ve got one) to get my art on. The only problem is that now I’m going to be waiting for every Monday (afternoon here in Aus cause of the time difference) with thinly veiled impatience!
Hahahahahahaha little bit crazy
I have been loitering among various art journalling and creativity-inspiring blogs lately (linked at the bottom of this post), and it has really helped get my creativity flowing. It’s not that I haven’t been able to create things using various mediums – I’ve just been a bit blocked in terms of themes, or subject matter.
Scrolling through various albums & pictures, and prompt lists & inspiring quotes, has given my muse mucho ammo – and she’s firing fast! I haven’t been blogging much lately because of the sheer amount of paint, gesso, journals, glue, needle & thread, crayons, pencils, etc that have been cluttering my life. I’ve been creating works in my art journal from various meditations, visual & reflective exercises, and passages from books I’ve been reading.
I may post some pictures of the art that has been occupying my time recently, with the link to my FB page 🙂
Creative Blogs I follow at the moment:
Words of Me Project
Effy Wild: Love & Glitter
CreativeLea’s Infinite Journey
Smudged Textiles Studio
Guada’s Art & Mandalas
Plus inspiration flows pretty nicely from various posts in:
Lost For Words FB group
The Victorian Pagan Circle FB group
The page I post all my creations on:
Crafted Arts FB page