If you’ve never gone on an artist’s date or know little about one, this short interview with The Artist’s Way author Julia Cameron will demystify the experience and inspire you to go on a creative date.
Taking myself on an artist date is one of my favorite ways to spend a day away from the studio. It is personal time that I use to focus on fun, entertainment, and childlike play. If you are an artist, … Read More
Now that COVID restrictions have been relaxed, this summer I’ve made it a point to visit as many area art museums as possible. Recently I decided to visit the Getty Center in order to see the Italian paintings and the … Read More
Finally, after a year of COVID lock-downs, restrictions and shutdowns, I was able to visit the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena. Being away for so long was like visiting an old friend and it gave me a whole new perspective … Read More
I haven’t been out of the house much lately and really wanted a quick getaway. I decided to share one of my many visits to Descanso Gardens. Just loading the images into the gallery was wonderfully relaxing. I hope you … Read More
I have to admit, during the current pandemic I’ve limited my artist date outings to the beach, botanical gardens or a quick trip to my local bookstore. However, when I heard about the Disney archives exhibit currently on display at … Read More
According to Julia Cameron, an Artist Date is “A block of time, perhaps two hours weekly, especially set aside and committed to nurturing your creative consciousness, your inner artist. In it’s most primary form, the artist date is an excursion, a … Read More