Day 12 – Eggs

A Dozen Eggs Birds have come back to the Inland Northwest. Robins in the morning rooting around in the grass, osprey overhead building their nest after being gone all winter to warmer parts, and lots of Canadian geese who have taken to hanging out just outside of the goats afternoon grazing area. Lots of birdsContinue reading “Day 12 – Eggs”

Permission – Who needs permission?

  Permission? Who needs permission? Sometimes us creative types do in fact need permission to create, but oddly enough, that permission comes from with in. I was watching a fabulous video today from the Sketchbook Skool Blog with Danny Gregory and Sabine Wiseman about giving ourselves permission that addressed this very fact. Sometimes I feel aContinue reading “Permission – Who needs permission?”

Day 11 – Garden Finds

**the post is highlighting my #100daysodozensproject I am participating in through July. Read more about it here at     A little behind on my posts here, but I am indeed still plugging away at my dozens project I started back in early April. The past few weeks I have been helping a friendContinue reading “Day 11 – Garden Finds”

Day 10 – Gouache Paint Tubes

**This is part of my #100daysofdozensproject, inspired by Elle Luna. Gouache?  How the heck do you say that?!? GWASH. GGGGGWWWASH.  The more I practiced it, the more I liked the sound of it. I figured if I could not even pronounce an art supply, I had no business using it. First introduced to them inContinue reading “Day 10 – Gouache Paint Tubes”

Day 008 – Wheatgrass

Day 8/100 of my #100daysofdozens project, where I am sketching a dozen items everyday. Have you ever done something completely out of your usual comfort zone? This sketch felt really good on my brain for some reason, and all I can figure is that it was in a different style.  Pushing ourselves out of thatContinue reading “Day 008 – Wheatgrass”

Day 7/100 – Culinary Herbs

As many of you know, I have a passion for food, and so many sketches end up being ignited by the kitchen inspiration. This one is of a dozen of my favorite culinary herbs, and many of these  I grown here in Spokane in my garden space. Flavor in our kitchen is created with a Continue reading “Day 7/100 – Culinary Herbs”

Day 006/100 Spice Jars

Day 6/100 of my #100daysofdozens project How gorgeous are spices when you line them all up? I bought these sweet glass spice jars a few years back and labeled them with cut up brown grocery bags.  Interestingly enough, there were exactly twelve of them, so perfect for my project!  Not surprising that this sketch project quicklyContinue reading “Day 006/100 Spice Jars”

Thoughts On Creativity and Postcard Project Update

Would you define yourself as creative? If you just answered this in your head, was it a big voice that confidently said “Yes!” or a quiet whisper? Did you hesitate before being able to come up with an answer, or did you just flat out say “No way!”? I would argue that as humans, weContinue reading “Thoughts On Creativity and Postcard Project Update”