Creativity in the transitions…

Hostess, Eileen & Facilitator, Morgan working intuitively with acrylic inks on yupo

Hostess, Eileen & Conversation Facilitator, Morgan work intuitively with acrylic inks on yupo paper… This creative session was just one of several soul nourishing  experiences we had on our weekend on Whidbey Island, WA in June.  There’s just so much value in fostering one’s creativity especially in times of transition when we are looking for insight, exploring new territory and starting new things.  Replenishing our creative resources rejuvenates us and gives us fresh “eyes to see” the possibilities that lie ahead.    I was so happy to be able to meet the 7 dynamic ladies who participated and share my creative direction.


Eileen explored all the possibilities at her fingertips.


Comments ( 1 )

  • Alojamiento says:

    I myself am guilty of neglecting my personal creativity, although I seem to be writing all the time. I felt a trace of sadness about not having painted for so long, when I read James McMullen’s poetic discourse on how to draw , in the

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