Yesterday my sons and I sat around the kitchen table with paints and brushes and had the most delightful time quietly working out our masterpieces. Okay, I'm not a refined painter, but I really, really enjoy it. In this moment I worked with watercolors on plain ol' graph paper using a brush that was way too big for the squares, but none of that mattered. It was play, and not with wool for a change. It was like creative cross training. I should do that more often.
Field Notes go behind the scenes to peak at the raw, unrefined, and real-time process of making. Through these blog posts I hope to capture the naturally recurring themes that keep a creative lifestyle buzzing, and I invite you to apply the unfiltered energy of creativity to your own work, in your own way.
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