|La Clairvoyance by Rene Magritte|
|Memory of a Journey by Rene Magritte|
Imagine this different type of work.
Typing outside is equally refreshing to tired old thoughts. The wind on the face and varied sights, with sounds of the outdoors, easily increases the flow of creative thoughts. You need not go camping to do this, or head to a bucolic locale, though if you can do that it can be exhilarating. A front or back porch, balcony or coffee shop with an outdoor table also does the trick--even opening the window, if that's not something you normally do, helps. The idea is shifting the way your brain thinks by immersing yourself in a different and preferably outdoor environment is bound to boost your creativity.
You may feel funny drawing, painting or doing your word processing outside, if so, either take a notebook, sketchbook or your open-mind to download fresh observations and new ideas to enhance your work.
|The Dancers, Mixed Media Book Art with Found Objects, Collage and Stitching, by Stephanie Rose Bird|
|"The Dancers," Mixed Media Book Art, with Collage, by Stephanie Rose Bird|
|Asparagus with Fixins' c. 2015, Stephanie Rose Bird|
|Larkspur c. 2015, Stephanie Rose Bird|
|Entanglement by Stephanie Rose Bird|