This is a great list to some of the best online art museums. Well worth having a look – but you need a lot of time to do it justice! Thank you Brightside: Museums You Can Explore Without Leaving Your House.
What follows is a link to an online article is Harvard Business Review. It’s about journaling, which of course can be very worthwhile too. Many creative people benefit from journaling. What really caught my attention though was the section with the title “Use Art to Ignite Your Imagination”. If you scroll down a bit before halfway, you can find that section and the interesting art exercise that is suggested. Here’s the link: “Want To Be An Outstanding Leader? Keep a Journal” by Nancy J. Adler.
Drawing. It doesn’t take a lot of expensive equipment. It’s portable! It’s an easy way to keep that creative spirit alive. Here’s a great article from Huffpost: 11 tips for finally starting your own sketchbook, and sticking to it.
A place has come open for the Lakeside Painting Retreat to be held at beautiful Brentwood on the Beach on May 30,31, June 1. Three fun days of painting at this wonderful Inn on the lake between Grand Bend and Bayfield. Painters of any level welcome. Would you like to join us? More info here: Lakeside Painting Retreat