You'd think that, for a professional artist, 30 Days of Creativity would be a piece of cake.
Amazingly, it isn't. Even if you do this for a living, other mundane chores and obligations and distractions tend to drown out your actual creative work.
I've taken this on, for the same reason I've been walking a couple miles most days, of late. It requires effort, feels good, expands my view of the world, makes me feel better than I did. The Iris from Wednesday and the two little salvage things -- Katie Bar the Door and the Tall Vine House -- from yesterday were done with this challenge in mind.
What I love is seeing what others are doing with it. Some people are trying new recipes, others are sewing, writing poetry or essays, taking photographs, you name it; it's not limited at all to people like myself who are pros, either. So, until the end of June, expect a daily post here with the thing I created the day before. We'll see if I can maintain it for a month, and what the results are if I do.