How to Get to Your Art

On Tuesdays I invite you Behind the Scenes at my studio.

Today:   Getting to our art is one of the hardest parts of creating, especially when we have so many other responsibilities. Here are a few tips to help you get creating!

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4 comments

  1. Loretta Waggoner says:

    Thank you so much for all your info Jamie. I am truly struggling to do my art every day. I am at 24 seven caregiver for my son who has heart failure. So much to do, but so far I’ve been able to do a little something every day sitting on my couch with all the necessary art supplies around me. It’s a mess but it works for me. Thank you for all your good thoughts and teachings! Love and peace

  2. Dawn Herring says:

    Jamie,
    It is always such a delight to catch up with you with The BTS.

    About 10 years ago, I started creating a doodle from my word of the day which highlights and honors my experience to remember it by; I started first with just black pen. Then I added watercolor markers and ink pens and really started to have fun with design and color. In the last few months, I have learned how to draw cartoon like figures and I have added one I do of myself to each evening word doodle. I am having such a blast with drawing each days wardrobe on my cartoon and illustrating my activity to create even deeper meaning to what my daily life experience has been.
    I also occasionally paint with watercolor.

    I have an in home office where I do all record keeping for our electrical contracting business in the daytime, so that’s my job.

    I so appreciate your tips and I totally get making space in between or with other activities. It’s an in genius way to make time with the time you already have.

    Creativity is ESSENTIAL. And I am grateful for it.

    Thanks for being such a source of encouragement and delightful ideas. Here’s to making time to identify with and enjoy ourselves as artists.

    Dawn Herring

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