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Daily Painting: Being So Called Busy

Daily Painting: Being So Called Busy

Dear reader,

 

Today I was so-called-busy, but thanks to my friend Dotty I was inspired to paint anyway. Only took a quarter of an hour or so. No spectacular results, but I had fun!

 

Bye!

Simone Nijboer, Dutch abstract artist, online art teacher, daily painter, creativity accelerator

Daily Painting: Another page

Daily Painting: Another page

Dear reader,

 

Today I’ve been working in my artist diary again. Wonderful to do. I’m glad I work on this bigger format again. Love playing with the colors and the crayons!

 

Bye!

Simone Nijboer, Dutch abstract artist, online art teacher, daily painter, creativity accelerator

Daily Painting: Another entry in my diary

Daily Painting: Another entry in my diary

Dear reader,

I’m continuing my artist diary with great pleasure. I can work as fast in this diary as I used to work on my postcards, I just use bigger brushes and more paint, and that’s it. Not that working fast is an end in itself, but it gives me the possibility to focus on writing my book, while not to loose my painting practice.

I recognize that painting is really a practice for being in the Now, but better said: it’s being aware of the actual experience of the Now, moment by moment. Instead of living over it.

It also helps me in writing my book. To write while being centered in my body and intuition.

 

Enough said!

Have a beautiful day!

Simone Nijboer, Dutch abstract artist, online art teacher, daily painter, creativity accelerator

Daily Painting: I love my artist diary!

Daily Painting: I love my artist diary!

Dear reader,

Today, I worked again in my artist diary. It’s so much fun. It’s quite big (I think about A3, maybe a little bit smaller). The fact that it’s ‘one thing’ and not just some loose pieces of papers makes it feel more coherent. I like going through the pages (three uptil now), and seeing what has happened.

More soon,

Happy weekend!

Simone Nijboer, Dutch abstract artist, online art teacher, daily painter, creativity accelerator

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