50 reflections

1) From your own works so far, which day is your personal favourite?

There are a few, but 29/100 if I had to choose only one.

2) What approach/concept for the 100 days did you have at the start? Did it change, and if so, how?

I originally adopted it as part of my morning ritual before work, but that felt pressed for time. It was what I imagine speed dating to be like. Now I take some time each evening to prepare something for the next day.

3) How do you feel about the 100 days of summer so far?

To have this daily committment to a few minutes of creative play is unexpectedly rewarding. It is like a meditation, something apart from the rest of the day, a pause, a refuge. Coupled with taking some time each day to enjoy and be inspired by what others are doing, it brings a different mood into the days.  It is a community of artistic cross pollination.  And to already be at midpoint is another fresh perspective, this one on the flow of days and weeks. The feedback too is rewarding, many times surpsing me with what others see in something I have done, how a piece connects with others in unexpected ways.


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4 Responses to 50 reflections

  1. Yes – the feedback IS rewarding isn’t it? And inspiring.

  2. dorothee21 says:

    i just looked for 29 – the lilac flower that looks like a work of natural art (link: https://hobnailballet.wordpress.com/2012/08/01/29100/) . that’s a special one. my favourites of your series would be #39: the dew drops (again natural art). and 42! the “unintended readymade installation”

  3. susan says:

    I do love the camaraderie too, as the writer’s work is a lonely one. Your work is an inspiration and keeps many of going on.

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