Graduating CVP

So before I get into this post the first question I want to address is ‘would I recommend CVP’?  And the answer is a very definite ‘yes’. What is CVP? CVP is a three month, online art course provided by Art2Life with Nicholas Wilton. Nicholas is a very charismatic lead and importantly a heavy weightContinue reading “Graduating CVP”

Spring Break

This week we have a break in CVP and I have to say I feel like I really need it.  Judging by the comments on social media I haven’t felt as overwhelmed as some of the other participants. All the same, keeping up the pace of tutorials, group & coaching calls and painting practice hasContinue reading “Spring Break”

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”

Learning Something New

Still working on my #the100dayproject, #100daysofcreativeplay and as I headed into days 21 – 30 I decided to change direction.  The first 20 days of the challenge I focused on creating small quick pieces without thinking too much about the decisions I needed to make.  At first using recycled cardboard and then moving into myContinue reading “Learning Something New”

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”