This is an image that makes me smile when I go through older photographs. I remember wanting to play with perspective and being really lowwhen capturing my son and nephew on a walk to a local river. I love the green colors in this photograph. Image captured, May 2018.
Black and white photographs intrigue and inspire me. These are some images of my son and a "battle" that he was in. Images captured, March 2018.
Hi there! One of my projects (the not so fun part) is to slowly downsize all of my creative files (trash double files or the ones that I will not get to, organize folders to easily find them and list art or photography pieces for free or for purchase). I wanted to share this 8 x 10" wall art print with you and hope you enjoy. It's free to download. Just print from your personal computer or at a print shop. Happy inspirations!
Hi there! I'll be updating this list often (so I apologize if there are any repeats). My hope is that you'll fill up your own sketchbook with any of the ideas listed below. My personal goal is to do the same. The endless list below is a reference to help you start a sketch and my hope for you is to stretch your idea and grow your drawing skills! Check out the kid version here. I'll be updating this often so please come back, comment, share your creations on the comment section below. This list began on July 2, 2019 and was last updated on February 2022. Page breaks after a list of 50.
Stay tune for more ideas to be added to this list . . . Happy Drawing!
Since I was a young girl, I've had such a fascination with words and enjoyed writing poetry, journaling or putting my thoughts on paper. Realizing that it was due to my introversion that I find I express myself better on paper (or keyboard keys) than in spoken words was a relief. Lately, life has been challenging and in the busyness of it all, I had to learn to slow down once again. Navigating a chronic illness definitely requires one to slow down. And despite these challenges, I'm grateful to learn to slow down and I'm excited to be able to return to writing when the days aren't so hard. A few months ago I started to write poetry and focused on Haiku poetry, as it uses less words but still challenges creativity. Read more about Haiku here and I hope that you'll challenge yourself and try writing one too. Here's a Haiku I wrote as a tribute to the winter season, which is usually a challenging season for me:
HI, I'M SAROUM.
I'm excited that you are here! I'm a daughter of God (Gal. 3:26), military wife, homemaker, homeschooling mom, and visual artist. Welcome to my online journal; a creative outlet for me to share and document some of my art projects and freebies with you. I hope your visit here will encourage you creatively.
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