Drawing Expressively for 30 Days
In my teaching and therapeutic work, people express being surprised and in awe about the personal insights that come up during a period of extended spontaneous self-expression.
Build Your Creative Muscle - A Self-Directed Challenge
Dedicating 10-20 minutes each day to expressive drawing will give you enough time to re-discover your spontaneity, and begin to discover your authentic drawing style. Try intuitive drawings, inner child drawing, or mandalas.
30 day self-directed expressive art challenges offer you a chance to try a modality of expressive drawing in a self-directed way. This is not an e-course. It is simply a challenge to show up in your sketchbook and create an expressive drawing every day for 30 days.
1. Number your sketchbook pages from 1-30.
2. Each day, for 30 days draw, create a spontaneous drawing.
3. Make notes of any insights that arise.
4. When you are finished, write me (at email@example.com) with a few photos and a description of your process.
5. I will then send you a free morning pages journaling e-course for your efforts!
All three challenges are self-directed - they just require your inner commitment to show up on the page every day with a few drawing materials. Buy yourself a sketchbook that you will dedicate to your chosen creative commitment, and pick a modality to explore for 30 days.
My hope for you is that after your 30 day creative commitment you carry on to fill an entire book expressive drawings.
Who would you be? What would you find out about yourself? What would have shifted within you after 30 days of intuitive drawing?
Be Rewarded for Your Daily Intuitive Drawing Practice
Earn you own e-courses by expressively drawing daily for 30 days in a row! When you complete your 30 days, write me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will "pay" you for efforts.
Send me 3 to 4 sentences about what you found about about yourself in your drawing process, along with 1-3 images of your drawings, I will send you a journal writing e-course free of charge.
Here are the Drawing Challenges: