Creativity, Art Wounds & Where to Start

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Today: Writing about creative living is reminding me of my own art wounds and why reclaiming our own unique creative path is precious and important.

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  1. Yvonne says:

    Beautiful! A kind of funny art story: I once had an art teacher who told me I was doing it all wrong when I gave him my drawing. Then he erased a lot and drew it himself. Later he graded his own drawing with a C and said he would never have drawn something like that when I asked him to give a reason for the grade.
    As a kindergarten teacher I really try to encourage kids to express themselves without the fear of doing it wrong. It’s really hard, they already have so many thoughts on how something should look like, and then I hear from THEM that my tree is wrong because it is blue.

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