When I began writing this blog post, the challenges of the coronavirus had not begun here…so now it has even more meaning!
If you’ve followed my blog, you know its focus has been on “Using Creativity in Everyday Life“. At no other time in my life has flexibility, creative solutions, and novel ways of doing things been so quickly necessary for all people, collectively, worldwide.
I hope this post will offer some encouragement to everyone’s day…
This time of year, when I’m tired of gray winter days (or “stay at home” guidelines!)…during this time of great change…it seems that Nature begins giving hints of brighter days ahead!
The first peek of flowers…
A pop of amazing color when I glance out my studio window…
Sometimes on gray, Winter days, the idea of Spring feels very faraway…And then, during a walk last week on a warm, sunny day, I stumbled onto this “pop of color“!
A wonderful, unexpected surprise!! So Nature provided a sneak peak of the colorful displays that are being planned beneath the surface!! I’m reminded that in Life, though I may not love the “Winter times“, perhaps they are necessary, in order to have the time for preparation, inspirations, and finally renewal…
So, this week is off to a good start here in the studio….with a burst of encouragement…knowing that tomorrow another ice storm is headed our way…but more confident that Spring is just under the surface and for me to just continue in the same manner~~here in the studio & in my Life! 🙂
I’d love for you to share with us in the Comments below!
*Does your inspiration vary in the Winter time, or change with the seasons? What have you found that helps you continue with your art, work, or Life’s creative activities during these times?
Once again the weather is the inspiration for a post…This year the weather has just been so dramatic around here!
The days became unusually warm a week or so ago, with signs of Spring barely beginning to appear…Change was in the air!
There was a struggle between Winter and Spring…
And this week Winter won!
But, we are still looking forward to welcoming Spring very soon, along with new happenings and events! My art quilt, “Flamenco Swirl #2” was accepted into the PAQA-South’s juried, art exhibit. If you are in the Raleigh/Cary area of North Carolina, be sure to check out this piece from my studio, along with @ 25 other works from Contemporary Textile Artists!
Change is just not Always a Smooth Transition!
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