Friday, July 28, 2017

Five Minute Friday: Inspire

As a lifelong {and counting forward} creative, I had to play today's Inspire Five Minute Friday. Kate Motaung still hosts; we're *even* still on the new standalone FMF site.

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"Inspired"? Spirit-breathed! A google image search for the name of this blog supplied my header banner; as you can see, textures, colors, shapes, patterns, and surprises in God's natural creation provide a lot of my inspiration. Passages of scripture are closely yoked with deserts, oceans, flowers, fauna, skies, and prairies when I need inspiration. I first aspired to a career as an artist as a pre-schooler—or maybe that was in kindergarten. Later on it had to include liturgical art, meaning scripture-based or otherwise designed mostly for the church, though always in a style almost anyone could appreciate and sometimes love! I take lots and lots of photographs, but whenever possible I avoid taking pictures of people. Ever heard of anyone else who's happy to know enough Photoshop to be able discretely to delete people out of the pic?

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This is exceptionally short for 5 minutes on a subject I know a whole lot about and couldn't wait to write about. Definitely not one of my most creative, felicitous, or inspired blog posts. Sometimes that happens.

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  1. I always learn something about you from these posts. I'm over in the 7 spot this week!

  2. I love that you were so brief (I struggle each week to not "cheat" too much with going over the five-minute mark), yet included so much in your words and pictures. "Spirit-breathed" seems to match the true meaning of the word from my research. Thanks for inspiring us with your post. :)

  3. I really enjoyed this post and learning a little more about how you create art. Thank you for sharing this with us.


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