Drawing is a form of meditation for me. When I need to slow down, let the dust settle and tap into some inner calm, drawing does the trick: it helps me settle my somewhat crazy, active mind and find some inner peace.
I didn’t see it as such when, only a few years ago, I sporadically resumed an early connection to drawing at the end of one long, busy day, preceded by what had become a seamless run of long busy days that, despite their length, made up years that would start and end in a blink of an eye.
Late night, when the house became still yet I was still too wound up from my day, I would grab my iPad and draw.
Since, drawing has been a pretty regular practice, one I get to share with the kids and have had the privilege to share with a wider group of people in the form of very special mementoes and custom portraits. I also like to compliment my Barre Fusion and Yoga practice with whimsical and fun illustrated poses and inspirational quotes.
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