This prompt is a wide one – the letter T. You can choose anything at all that begins with the letter T and photograph, draw, sing about, bake a cake in the shape of it, etc. I am…
The more of these letters I send, the more I feel they are benefiting me as much as anyone else. 💛 💜 Dear Friend, The world outside is reopening but I am still staying at home. One of my big courgette plants was broken off at the stem this week. Normally this would be sad […]
This creative prompt is somewhat vague – darkness. It may sound difficult at first, but this vagueness gives you a lot of creative freedom. Sometimes we have freedoms that we don’t even know we have. 🙂 Darkness has many cultural and connotative meanings that can be explored or you could attempt it more literally with a low key (dark) image. Remember that visually, darkness is the only way that we are able to perceive light – the whole yin and yang of realities.
This thoughtful state reminds me of a photo that I took last year. I had a long-time friend visiting me while he was traveling through for work. I planned to take him out to see the famous Stonehenge. We arrived early and still were among a large crowd while we made our way around the awe-inspiring stones. After lunch, I had the idea to take him to a quieter but equally wonderful set of stones – Avebury…
This past week was severely challenging at our house and as a result I am going to let the “home” creativity prompt run for a second week. I feel a bit guilty about this, but hopefully the overall result will be that more people have time to participate.
This week’s letter to my local care home residents. They are still unable to go out and cannot have visitors so I am trying to bring a little bit of the outside to them. 🙂 Dear Friend, I hope that you are well and managing to find interesting things to do inside during our pandemic […]
This week’s creative prompt is “bottoms up”. The phrase has a drinking connotation but your creations don’t necessarily need to. Think of all the things these words could mean and how that could be creatively or literally expressed. All creative expressions are fair game – drawings, stories, photos, paintings, songs, and even fancy drinks. 🥂
This week’s creative prompt is “dream”. You may use the word however you like – dreams, dreaming, dreamy – it’s entirely up to you. All creative endeavours are welcome and eagerly anticipated. I’m very excited to see what you will make.
This week’s prompt is “traces”. You can make anything in response to the prompt and you can interpret the prompt any way you like. This is a concept I was intermittently focused on during my MFA work – noticing things like footprints and finger prints everywhere. Living things leave a lot of marks on the […]