The 2023 February 30 day Creative Gathering has come to a spectacular end. Many new members joined us. Day one started off with a bang. 40 pieces of art posted. Our daily average was 33, and our final count was just under 1000 pieces of art created, 992.
I didn’t count the extra pieces that were posted in comments. Those would put the total well over 1025. Our September 2022 total was just over 700. Way to score, artists!
I know you will enjoy this peek at the amazing art that was created during our Creative Gathering. Be sure to visit our board on Pinterest to see them in more of a gallery view. It’s spectacular!
Eileen A. E. Vivell
Jennifer Beaudet Zondervan
Creativity is piercing the mundane to find the marvelous. Bill Moyers
Donna Pierce Clark
To create one’s own world takes courage. Georgia O’Keeffe
Teresa Harrington Hazelbaker
Karin Hooper Schoonover
Beth Farabough Bolay
Nature is not only all that is visible to the eye, it also includes the inner pictures of the soul. Edvard Munch
Lori K. Wikdahl
None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful. Mother Teresa
I had so much fun with this texture. I scribbled with an Inktense pencil. I love how it turned out.
I am having so much fun. As you know, I have not been posting art the last few months. Only one or two pieces since the September Gathering. I’ve missed painting!
Even so, I was really stressed about starting again. Not sure of what to paint. Afraid I might flub it. You can see in day 1, how tight and linear I was. I still like it. The others are much more loose.
I am noticing that the parchment (creamy white) looks somewhat dingy here. It is the low resolution of the image. The color is clean, soft and bright in the paintings.
Well, back to work for me. I have to work on my Spoonflower design, due Tuesday at noon. I have some admin. tasks before I can hit the sack. I better get to it!
It would be possible to describe everything scientifically, but it would make no sense; it would be without meaning, as if you described a Beethoven symphony as a variation of wave pressure. Albert Einstein