Without going into too much detail, I did not have the best day yesterday. This morning, I was angry knowing I was going to have to go back to things that were causing me grief and wasn’t sure if I’d be able to handle it. It was at this moment I decided to stop watchingContinue reading “Coffee with Art: How to Let Go of Anger”
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Coffee with Art: Journal Idea for Building Inner Strength
People are jerks! There are smart people throughout history who knew this!
Coffee with Art: Inner Strength is Hard
Well, over these last three days, these paintings have been a nice little bit of therapy. I really enjoyed making them. Tomorrow, I’m going to make a dog with a wolf’s shadow. Maybe a caterpillar with a butterfly’s shadow, and I’ve even thought about making a pig with a wild boar’s shadow. Like I saidContinue reading “Coffee with Art: Inner Strength is Hard”
Coffee with Art: St. Nicholas
Not sure if I’m done with this picture, but here it is so far! I’m a little late to the party, but turns out yesterday was St. Nicholas day. I was inspired by all the St. Nicholas art that was popping up in my social media feed, so here it is.
Coffee with Art: Red Panda Watercolor
Cute animals are the best!
Coffee with Art: Dreams
Effective immediately, I’m changing this series to “Coffee with art.” This is important. The Process I really was in a bit of a pickle this morning. I forced myself to wake up and I was particularly groggy this morning. I really didn’t know what to draw. So, I took my watercolors and started painting littleContinue reading “Coffee with Art: Dreams”
Coffee and Art: Quotes and Fear of Failure
Making art can be viewed as a meditation. Today, it’s literally so. In my attempt to get out of art block, I wrote a quote that made me think a little too much as I was drawing.
Coffee and Art: 6 Drawing Tips for when Time is Limited
For today’s Coffee and Art session, I decided to make a list! It’s important to draw every day, but it’s easy to feel like you never have time to draw. So, whether you slept in a little too late (again) and don’t have a lot of time to draw before you leave, on your 15Continue reading “Coffee and Art: 6 Drawing Tips for when Time is Limited”