34 thoughts on “How does the creative process work?

    1. janetweightreed10 Post author

      Good morning Margaret, I hope that your creative juices are flowing. I will be checking out your site next. I recall you saying that you would be focusing on your painting for the month of January….Enjoy. Janet 🙂

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  1. Timi Townsend

    Thank you, Janet, for the continued inspiration. ❤ Although I'm not applying it to painting, it definitely factors into my music. 🙂 I hope you are well and painting magical hummingbirds all over the place!

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    1. janetweightreed10 Post author

      Thank you Timi…. I am painting up a storm…along with hummingbirds, lots of portraits and landscape. Off to France on Feb 25th where I plan to do a lot of that. Keep making beautiful music and the world will be a better place for it. Janet :)x

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  2. ShimonZ

    So good to read this beautiful description of the process. And the amazing thing about this process. is that when we spread our wings and rise a bit, we are able to see our own lives too in a much better perspective and be happy. Your pictures thrill me, Janet.

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    1. janetweightreed10 Post author

      Good morning Shimon, Thank you for this comment. and yes I plan to spread my wings more this year. I notice that every new experience brings with it insight into my own reactions, and the world in general. Exciting stuff. I hope that you and dear Nechama enjoy a lovely day filled with creativity. 🙂 x

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  3. Teagan R. Geneviene

    Oooh! Pardon my gushing, but I love this post Janet. I always enjoy your progress or step-by-step posts, but you outdid yourself with this one. We seem to be in sync about the seed of an idea and building it. “Playing is a key element in revealing vital clues” is also so very true. When I give myself permission to play (remove the limits from my imagination, as I call it), that’s when it gets flowing. Thank you for this wonderful uplifting post. Hummingbird hugs!

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  4. janowrite

    Marvelous post, and as always, your paintings just grab the eye and don’t let go! This blog is truly a visual oasis – sometimes I just stop by to soak in the art!

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