Myo͞oziNGs" by Cheryl Wilson
To paint intuitively, means to paint what you feel as you paint. When I paint, I actually let myself have fun by letting inspiration direct my brush. Inspiration actually nourishes my creative soul. Many times, this is when I let God talk to me about the direction I need to take my art in.
“Self-talk reflects your innermost feelings.” Asa Don Brown
As I paint, I let go of any rules, habits, or preconceived ideas that might block my mine and just let my brush willingly go where it wants to go. I feel there are no mistakes in initiative painting and therefore I do not need to hesitate if any inner voice tells me to paint a certain color or dripping.
I think one of my best tools are my fingers. I bravely dip my fingers into a color and enjoy the freedom of moving the paint around on my canvas. The canvas receives the emotions of my inner soul. There might be in the beginning moments when I question the direction of the canvas, but I know that each layer of the unknown is the foundation for something incredible in the end. Each piece of art takes me to a new place, a new path and eventually a new discovery.
The find that this journey brings emotions as I experiment and explore. As I seek for that final stroke of color or texture, I am each time learning about myself. Many times I release innermost feelings without even knowing what is happening until I exhale in the end as I look at my creation.
On days I feel blocked or a bit stressed, I might start my day with this routine:
Daily 10 Minute Intuitive Inspiration
I start painting, creating………….
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"Myo͞oziNGs" by Cheryl Wilson
Cheryl Wilson, artist
"My world without art is just "eh"