Make a resolution for more creativity!

paintingpom Make a resolution for more creativity!

With the new year just a few days away, it’s time many of us think about resolutions, what are we going to do this coming year to improve our life. Kick a habit, make a new one?

I think the best habits to make are the ones that involve creativity; learn a new skill, fine tune an old one, learn techniques to bring your ideas to life. Maybe make a commitment to draw something each day, even if it’s just a doodle, create something new each week, finish something each month…or you could make a commitment to learn more about color.

Did you know the color choices you make can transform an average piece of artwork into something spectacular? Be surprised and delighted by the effects and illusions you can create by understanding the mysteries of color. In this hands-on experiential class you’ll learn key color concepts with visual examples, mix new paint colors, and create helpful charts, all providing you with the tools you’ll need to see color in a whole new light.

The next Color Theory class starts January 18th, to see the supply list and find out how to enroll click here.

7 Responses to “Make a resolution for more creativity!”

  1. Jeannie says:

    You area a part of my resolution to set aside more time for creating! I received both of your DVDs from Santa, paint, and brushes! Thanks for helping Santa make this a wonderful Christmas. Wishing you joy, hours of creativity, and laughter in 2010. Cheers.

  2. Awww, thanks Jeanie, I am so glad that I can be a part of that!

  3. jojo says:

    Happy New Year!

    You have the best pictures – thanks!

  4. Congrats on your next class… I may just sign up for it! :D

  5. cindy shake says:

    Happy New Year Judy! When I need a bit of color cheer I know I can always pop over to your Blog and get a BIG boost of creativity :o) Thanks for all you share. Wishing you endless ideas for 2010. xo

  6. Cytel says:

    Hi, My only resolution this year is to delve deeper into my art, and see where it leads in my life.

    I hate to kick my habits.. so I’ll not be wildly claiming I’ll quit them, instead I will indulge a few of my better ones. Like art and creating. To that end I am very excited to take your color theory class. I recieved my paints and I have been playing and mixing since they arrived.

  7. Jane LaFazio says:

    ah, a pomegranate. life is good. Happy New Year Judy!

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