Studio Starts – getting going again 
How are you doing with getting going again on your creative work? Maybe you didn’t take a break over the Christmas period, but at some point you will know the rusty feeling of facing a blank canvas or feeling like you’ve lost touch with what you wanted to do.
Today we’re discussing all the approaches – from a drastic slash and burn (!) to having a good old clear out. At some point you have to make that leap in to the work itself so we explore approaches to regaining contact with your work, mining your own history, energy boosters to be discovered in old sketchbooks – and generally managing the apprehension about beginning a new creative endeavour.
Have fun this week, if you share your new beginnings on Instagram, do tag us and mention this episode .
You may also like:
Continue the conversation about “mining your own work” on this Instagram post
A Fresh Start: clearing your Studio: alicesheridan.com/how-to-kon-mari-your-studio/
How to Create a Mood Board for Your Art alicesheridan.com/how-to-create-a-mood-board-for-your-art/
Cheryl Taves 30 Day Sketchbook challenge course (join anytime): Insight coaching/the-30-day-sketchbook-challenge
Karen Stamper concertina sketchbook course (opens again Feb 2023) https://karenstampercollage.com/workshops/online-concertina-sketchbook-course/
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