Feeling a Bit Lost

In my last post I said that I was in a bit of funk art wise. Unfortunately, I’m still feeling that way.  I’ve read a few posts from others that paint, all are at pains to reassure you that its completely normal. Apparently everyone goes through phases like this.  But, rationally knowing that, and emotionallyContinue reading “Feeling a Bit Lost”

The Perfect Medicine

I’m now almost half way through my 100 day challenge – #100daysofcreativeplay (#the100dayproject). So far, I have to say, it has been a mainly positive experience.  I’ve dabbled with lino cut: I’ve pushed myself to create some more intuitive pieces: I have had a couple of days where I’ve been tired. Where the prospect ofContinue reading “The Perfect Medicine”

100 days of Creative Play 11-20

So the act of completing the first 10 days inspired me for the next 10.  Trying not to think – to just go with your instincts and make instant decisions was a lot tougher than I expected. But it is exactly what children do when they play.  So for the last 10 days I tookContinue reading “100 days of Creative Play 11-20”

Enjoying the Process

As we end a bizarre, scary and damn right destructive year, I wanted to take some time to reflect on what I’ve learnt.  This may be a pretty desperate way to look for positives, but I’m generally a fairly optimistic person. Like so many others, however, I’ve struggled over the past few months.  It’s anContinue reading “Enjoying the Process”

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

In my day job I have no issue in making decisions. In fact, I often have to remind myself to step back and take some time as I generally get an immediate gut feel on which way to go.  When you’re managing large teams of people I find they are often looking for decisiveness.  TheyContinue reading “Decisions, Decisions, Decisions”