Creative Every Day 2011 by Leah Piken Kolidas

Leah Piken Kolidas is a wonderful artist who created a “Creative Everyday Challenge” to help people share their artwork and thoughts on living a creative life.

Would you like to be part of it?

Just visit this page and sign up for it (for free!):

I just signed up! So I’m going to post regularly what I have created on this blog (which I was doing anyway but not that regularly, keeping my creativity secret for a while sometimes). For me it is a way to keep myself creative as well as share my thoughts and my artwork with other creative people. Please feel free to leave comments!

Juliette x

The Basics of Creative Everyday by Leah Piken Kolidas:

I started Creative Every Day Challenge in 2008 to help infuse my life and lives of others with daily creativity.

Creativity is meant in the broadest sense, so it doesn’t have to be something art related. Your creative acts could be in cooking, taking pictures, knitting, doodling, writing, dancing, decorating, singing, playing with your kids, brainstorming ideas, gardening, or making art in the form of collage, paint, or clay…or whatever!

You do not have to post every day! I know for myself that having to post every day for a year would be too much. You can post about your creativity in whatever form you like, whether that be once a day, a few times a week, once a week, or once a month. Do what works for you!

This is a low pressure challenge, with the idea of bringing more creativity into our lives. I will not be the creativity police. I hope that we can all find ways, simple and grand to express our creative selves. Have fun with it!

If you’d like to join in, sign up on the participant page. If you find this challenge after the 1st of January, you can still join in!

At the end of each month Leah announces the totally optional theme for the following month.For the month of February, the them was Passion.
For the month of March 2011, the theme will be Nest.

Just visit this page and sign up for it (for free!):

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Juliette Jeanclaude is painting the wolf inside people and sharing her quest for awareness in her creative blog.

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