Monthly Archives: March 2011

Simple Black Lines

I’ve always been fascinated by Sumi-e painting.   It’s gorgeous.  The paintings are elegant in their simplicity with a minimum of black lines used to depict animals, trees, birds, fish, and mountains.   These paintings take me to a land of tranquility where … Continue reading

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The Creative Mix

When I started out in creativity coaching, I had several clients who were juggling multiple types of creative projects.  They wanted to pursue lots of creative outlets – writing, painting, photography, drawing, collage, and on their lists went – toggling … Continue reading

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Creative Career Transitions

Update on 3/10/11 post –  My painting, Refuge, was juried into a display of abstract art in the lobby of Signature Theater.  The art show is being held from March14 – May 22 during the run of the theater’s play, … Continue reading

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Stepping Outside the Comfort Zone

Everybody’s heard of Comfort Zones, that spot where we do the same things the same way over and over again.  We fly along on auto pilot for weeks, months, and maybe even years.  We’re in a rut.  But stepping out … Continue reading

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What Are You Doing This Week?

Read anything about creativity, and the advice is the same.  In order to be creative and do creative work, we have to show up on a regular basis to play and work with our ideas.  That means even when we … Continue reading

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