[Continued from Part 1] Creative work reflects your state of mind Painter Gayle Stott Lowry also talks about attending a program at the Lucy Daniels Foundation: “I attended Lucy’s class on Dreams and Creativity, and during a presentation I made to the class about my work, I began to see that changes in my painting […]
Shelley Carson earned her Ph.D. in psychology from Harvard University, where she continues to teach and conduct research on creativity, psychopathology, and resilience. Topics in our audio interview related to the creative mind include the seven brain activation patterns she discusses in her book; the relation of creativity with ADHD; flexibility in thought, and mood […]
How much are you able to bring your full and authentic self to your creative work? This may be an especially meaningful question if you are an actor. Brie Larson commented about Emma Stone: “She is never afraid to show us the most difficult thing you can show the world: yourself.” From article Can You […]
“The artist begins with a vision — a creative operation requiring effort. Creativity takes courage.” Henri Matisse How can fear impact our creative thinking and creative work? How do we gain confidence to live and create more fully? Author and teacher Elizabeth Gilbert admits “the only reason I can speak so authoritatively about fear is […]
This series of posts on “How To Be More Creative” offers articles, books and other resources on developing creative thinking and innovation, and enhancing our creative expression.
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