Category Archives for Inspiration

Drawing at Home

by Koosje KoeneAnxiety Just a few weeks ago, social distancing was a brand new term (at least to me), and now, it’s become very familiar to all of us.As we’re all trying to stay safe, inside our own homes, while worrying about the many unknowns, about those who have been getting sick, and those who are losing […]

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How to Cope

These are times of worry, stress and anxiety. History is thrashing around like an avalanche, the solid ground is shifting, the familiar landscape is collapsing. We shrink when a stranger coughs. Wildfires. Politics. Economics.The news cycle is unrelenting. My watch buzzes to tell me my broker is emailing, that I’ve been sitting for too long, […]

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Reflections: How My Sketchbook Helped Me Heal

When I was in my late thirties, I started to draw because I was looking for meaning. A horrible accident had left my first wife in a wheelchair, and, in a heartbeat, the universe became a bleak and incomprehensible place to me. But I discovered that when I slowed down and focussed on drawing something, […]

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Boo! A Halloween Card Throwback

Cover art and greeting card demo video by Salli Swindell | IG: @sallistyle | Website Written by Morgan Green If there’s one thing we love, it’s making our own greeting cards to celebrate fun and special occasions year-round! For this Halloween and Fall season, I wanted to make a card for a friend who is […]

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