Art, Words, Love, Kindness, Paper

Re-Pivot

I haven’t fully recognized the pattern until now, but my need to create hits full-on come May. I confirmed this by flipping through my old sketchbooks and, year after year, the summer months are the most prolific. 

Just when I was convinced I wanted to head back into coding, the end of May arrived and I couldn’t resist the urge to start drawing again. I even discovered a new combo of art supplies that I love when used together – watercolor and ink on paper. You can see one of my favorites on my Instagram here.

It’s also rekindled my desire to get better at hand-lettering. I’ve made a few pieces in the past week that I adore.

All this to say: I can’t stop being an artist even if I wanted to. Those creative slumps when it seems like I have nothing left to give, are temporary. Always.

I’m going to keep going.

 

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Photo by Moon DeSetto

Welcome to Copper House North! I’m Christina, an artist, designer, and author of The Miracle Farm. I’m here to share creativity and lessons learned while living this colorful life. Thank you for being here!

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