Classes are starting up again. This weekend is my workshop, the Six Secrets of Creativity. I am very excited - the weekend workshop is intense (which I love.) The following week art journaling classes start (yay! I miss my students when it's holidays. I love 'em.) And a couple of weeks after that my five week class at Byron Community College called Creativity will Change your Life. I am always open to new inspiration around teaching.
I have been taking a class in beginning bookbinding with Leslie, aka Comfortable Shoes. I finished my first journal. I am very excited to create in my own homemade journal. I am also looking into how to hand alter photos as I want to use more photos in my art journal.
Then, in my studio, I feel the need to gradually change how I am actually painting.
All this brings in a lot of inspiration. Sometimes I feel a bit dizzy.
The prompt for this Wednesday, (this is the last Wednesday prompt as classes are starting next week) is:
Who is your Hero? By hero I mean someone, living or dead, that you admire and would aspire to emulate. Even if it is just certain aspects of them. Your hero doesn't have to be a real person, it might be someone from a story or a cartoon.
Don't take this too seriously, just have a play. You can always pick someone else and do another page if you change your mind.