Adult Nonfiction BF408 .D535 2011
Summary: A book for all who strive to tap into their own creativity Following up on her successfulLife is a Verb, and in the tradition of Julia Cameron'sThe Artist's Way,Patti Digh here presents a book that leads readers by both heart and head to acknowledge, reinforce, and use their own creative spirit. This is equally a book for people who say, "I'm not creative" or "I'm just a dabbler" or "I'm an artist." Stories and exercises are enhanced by original artwork and an inviting design. Thirty-seven related essays are organized around six overarching themes that guide readers (whether actual "artists" or not) beyond the fear of creativity to embrace their inner artist. Among the themes: "Put down your clever" (no more trying to be smart), "See the pencil" (learning to really see again.), "Throw more pots" (focusing on the process, not the outcome), and "Close the door" (finding ten minutes a day for oneself).
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