Shifting Made Visible

August 16, 2014
Shifting Made Visible  | creativity in motion

reflection & review: 15 days of August 3x5s

I decided to take a look at this month’s 3×5’s I’ve created so far in a moment of creative contemplation.

Shifting Made Visible  | creativity in motion

Shifting Made Visible

This month I’ve been experiencing some major shifting, from within and out. I’ve been witnessing this surface & form in my daily creative practice of 3×5 work with themes that reflect new change, possibility, and discovery:

Shifting Made Visible  | creativity in motion

Day 213: Artful offering

“When everything is moving and shifting, the only way to counteract chaos is stillness. When things feel extraordinary, strive for ordinary. When the surface is wavy, dive deeper for quieter waters.” –Kristen Armstrong

Shifting Made Visible  | creativity in motion

Day 215: explicitly forming from within

“…art is knowledge made visible.” –Gustave Courbet

Shifting Made Visible  | creativity in motion

Day 217: [creative] restoration

“There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find ways in which you yourself have altered.”
— Nelson Mandela

Shifting Made Visible  | creativity in motion

Day 219: create hope

“All appears to change when we change.” – Henri-Frédéric Amiel

Shifting Made Visible  | creativity in motion

Day 221: artful passion

“The authentic self is the soul made visible.” –Sarah Ban Breathnach

Shifting Made Visible  | creativity in motion

Day 222: all my hopes

“It is enjoyable to make things visible which are invisible.”Eric Cantona
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Day 226: something new

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2 Responses to “Shifting Made Visible”


  1. Lovely! Thanks for sharing your journey with the 3′”X5″ art you are creating.

  2. Bebe Butler Says:

    gorgeous cards!…the hues, patterns, texture…love them


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