If the aftermath of the consuming frenzy that is Christmas has left you feeling bereft it is probably to be expected isn’t it? I mean – who or what can now fill that empty void left by the come-down after all that eating, receiving, drinking and general intaking of this massively emotional and frantic event. Well – you can take time to edify your poor … Continue reading Suffering from Spiritual Decay?
Today whilst I walked my Jack Russell Tilly up the local recreation fields I had a bit of folded paper and pencil to hand. This is due to the fact that I always think of something good (or at least I hope it will be) to do with art, teaching or writing whilst doing the daily rounds of the grassy playing fields. The fields are … Continue reading Wandering in Nature with Pencil and Paper
Get comfy for an enriching and arty read with the latest issue of The Pottering Artist magazine. Digest creative ideas and art techniques to use for your own self expression. Out 1st June – spoil yourself to The Pottering Artist Magazine – my indie and ad-free bi-monthly journal. I write and illustrate it myself – if it’s in there I wrote it or painted it! … Continue reading Coming Soon – Issue 3 of The Pottering Artist is nearly ready!
You can find beauty in any ordinary everyday subjects such as a cup of tea, a folded magazine, a few humble garlic bulbs by just giving them your deep loving attention. Attending slowly as you draw and paint even commonplace items means they start to be imbued with some magical essence that cannot be bought at any art store – that magical substance is … Continue reading Enhancing any experience with attention