Making patterns with snail shells and rose petals on a concrete path may well have been my earliest creative project. These hours of play and dreaming became the foundation of a life time of exploring my inner and outer worlds through art, design, photography, journaling, psychotherapy and community development.
A creative life is full of challenges but somehow I still manage every day to maintain this space and continue.
I have learned along the way that keeping going, putting one foot in front of the other is essential to a creative path. There's a lot of meandering and muddling along from time to time, and I can waste hours staring into space! But both of these serve creativity well; working with intent and relaxed gazing ......
And here I am.
The blogging began on a rainy Sunday afternoon in February 2011. It wasn't planned or thought about in any detail, I stumbled into it. Over that time I have learned everything all over again! A roller coaster trip, made without ever leaving my studio here beside the lake. If you are toying with the idea of blogging.......just do it......it's another way to outsmart the excuses....
Thank you so much for taking the time to browse the Foxglove Lane Studio blog, for writing comments, sending good wishes or buying work. It continues to be very heartening and encouraging.
And finally you can contact me here
Foxglove Lane Studio