today my Bloom True Boot Camp work is all about finding my style as an artist. honestly, i think i'm too new to really pin down my style. it changes all the time. from abstracts, to swirly fiddily details, to weird creature shapes... i've come a long way in a short amount of time.
there are a couple of prompts from the Brave Intuitive You blog about finding your style:
How do your friends describe you? hehehehe, that depends on the friend. lets ask them... leave a comment below on how you describe me
What are your favorite color combinations? it depends on my mood. sometimes i'm all about the light pastels and greens, and other times i cover everything in black and red
What type of art makes your heart beat faster? Why? impressionism. the breakdown of color, the 'almost there' images... i love it
What brings you the most peace? my family. there is no where i'd rather be than surrounded by my loves
Where do you love to travel? i have to be in the MOOD to travel. i'm a homebody by nature (which is why The Plan involves an RV, so i can travel and still be at home), but i like going places with either friends or adventure.
What art mediums do you love to play with? i love acrylics, but i've been playing with oil pastels for a few days and I LOVE THEM. but only for small things,
What’s your idea of FUN? honestly..... my ideal fun time is being at home and playing video games. i know i'm supposed to say something like "yarn bombing the artist quarter and picking up recycling" but i'm not that girl. give me chips, salsa, and Darkspawn any day.
What objects would you put on your personal altar? i have several altars actually. the main one in the fireplace has statues of Odin, Frigga, and Thor, as well as offerings, a stone knife, herbs, and other bits. i have a more "family" altar in the kitchen that has photos of grandparents, little "chotchkis" and trinkets. so i guess that one is my personal altar. probably should have read the question again.
What makes you feel most alive? coffee. sounds flippant, but it's true. i love me some coffee.
i have to say that this boot camp has been amazing. i have grown more as an artist in the few weeks of this boot camp than i did in almost a year on my own. it's truly sent from the gods. artistically, this has been the best thing to happen to me since Hubby. i'm going to be sad when it's over.