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I know...I've been there! I don't know why, but it happens...too much input, don't know where to begin. The best thing to do in a case like this...JUST DO IT!
You have been in transition and under stress for a long while now. They both take a lot of emotional and physical energy. As you settle in, rest, get your feet on the ground, get used to your new normal, I suspect the urge to paint will push at you. Because at your very core your are an artist. xoLeslie
Wow! These are wonderful pieces of art in their own right.
Mary--Awesome inspiration...Please, if not for you,for us -- create, my dear.A new year, a new you?You are missed!DD
Hi Mary, I haven't responded in awhile as I'm just as lazy about art blogging these days as I am about painting. I've given up asking why I'm not painting. I figure the inspiration is building and I will paint when the time comes. I love the texture in these shots.
Inspiration drives creativity and creativity comes from desire to do what pleases us.We all have dry spells for various reasons in life. Time heals all and patience is a cure.Hugs
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