Ruth Bader Ginsburg. 1933-2020
Drawing with Kat – Eye from Anna T Fabulous on Vimeo. Drawing the human eye using charcoal and an eraser.
[Film by Anna Thorsen] I teach OWL drawing for most, if not all, of my creative engagement workshops. I use the OWL image as it is easy to break it … Continue reading Simple OWL drawing lesson using kid-grade felt pens
Rainy stay-inside sick day today. I have stayed in PJs and creative process. I spent the last few hours interpreting The Death and Burial of Cock Robin with ink, watercolour … Continue reading A quick creative project on last day of 2019: The Death and Burial of Cock Robin
“These are the days of tweeting, blogging, posting, instagraming, snapchatting, you name it. Everyone seems to be doing it. Some people seem very comfortable expressing every morsel of their living … Continue reading I don’t bleed anymore. Finding solace in journal pages.
My latest favourite daily practice is to quickly sketch and then saturate the drawing with watercolour crayon and coffee. I love the feel of the wrinkled page. How the coffee … Continue reading Turn the page- visualizing fading memory
Why is it,” Jonathan puzzled, “that the hardest thing in the world is to convince a bird that he is free, and that he can prove it for himself if … Continue reading Quick sketch: Young gull at English Bay
Daily disciplined connection with my journal maintains my creative process and even though the entries are seemingly unrelated to my writing project… … they cleanse my brain and I am … Continue reading There are times of no ideas… – Lynda Barry (but there is always process)
I was charmed this morning by a flock of tiny birds playing and eating bugs in the tree above my bus stop. A whole bunch of bushtits.
Frederick Charles Jones September 12, 1927 – July 9, 2019