by Susan Irving
Thinking of spring. This painting is called Behind the Gas Station. It is about a vacant lot I noticed behind a gas station. The gas station was not a terribly attractive place. The small field behind it would have been considered just scrub, a wasted field. But I saw so much life in that field: daisies, clover, purple vetch, butterflies, grasshoppers and all kinds of other insects. Birds and voles and mice and other wildlife would have found homes and sustenance in this “empty” lot.
Isn’t it about time you shared your creative activities with the Collectif?
Send JPG image(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org with up to 100 words per image describing some or all of what moved you to spend time thinking about and producing . . . something! Share how/if creativity affects (controls?) your life. Please include size (height by width), title & media for each image.
Writers – we want to hear from you! Send poetry, lyrics, an excerpt. Try to include an image of some sort because that’s the media world we live in.
Everyone, share informative, inspiring Show & Tell demonstrating the creative mind.