Dogwood – Art Of The Day

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Sometimes, the creative process just flows together, other times not so much so.

Creating art is deeply satisfying. It is the one thing I can always come back to when I need a break from the world around me.

I seem to actually enjoy my artwork more if it was a challenge.

“Dogwood” is one of those creations that was very challenging for me. I wasn’t sure if I would ever finish it.

I actually had to take a break from it for some time and then come back to it with fresh eyes.

With fresh eyes and renewed energy, everything finally started to piece together.

I would be interested to get some feedback from others.

Do you ever experience challenges when creating?

What are the challenges you sometimes experience?

What do you do to work through this?

6 Comments
  1. Wow, that is some creation. Whether I’m painting, landscaping or writing, I need to be challenged, I’m never passive about creativity it is an energy, a spark. If I am flat I need to recharge in nature, or good food and conversation, read a little, take in other creativities, and become inspired again. Sometimes I push through by setting something as a challenge and finding my mojo again.

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