Salt dough angels are a great way to get creative.
The ingredients are cheap as it's only water, salt, flour & a tea spoon of oil. So if you are not happy with the result, you can restart easily without loosing a lot of money. They make beautiful wall decoration and are a great gift.
I am Sagittarius and we are wonderful people ;) but our Achilles heel is a lack of patience …
So, there is a high chance that when in traffic rather than waiting I will go off the road trying to find a detour. I might even get lost for a short while, but it does not really matter as long as I am moving! You see it’s movement that makes me happy.
When I started my first ‘Creative Rebels’ art class, I realized that I have some art-specific knowledge I can share with people.
It took some time for me to figure out what art materials I like to use in my work, so for those of you who love doodling and sketching etc. here is a list of products that I love to work with (these are genuine recommendations, and I don’t get any financial reward for mentioning them!):
I think there is a little magic about hanging an original piece of art on the wall … it brings the picture closer to your being, you can feel the energy of the brush stroke, and imagine the smell of the paint. And the idea that this piece of art is the only one in the world makes it even more special.
One painting in particular, pictured below, caught my eye, a big colourful one depicting people at a wedding reception.
Once you decide you are worthy and that you deserve a better life, there is no going back. When I was a teenager, I had a small easel to work with and would throw my feelings and observations onto that canvas – it was my safety net, my secret world where I could say what I feel.
This was my 4th fair at the Glucksman Art Gallery in Cork. I always look forward to it as the Glucksman is such a beautiful space to show and sell my work in.