To draw or create art meditative means to create with flow and without judgement. It’s wonderful to think of the time we spend creating as useful and worthy, regardless of the artistic outcome. We can enjoy the journey of creativity regardless of the destination. Enjoy the process of creating, and let go of the product. By separating the process from the end result we open ourselves to the opportunity of fully enjoying the creation of our art.
Meditative art pieces usually involve sections of repetitive movement, or areas we can bring our curiosity to. By focussing on the line as it is drawn, or colour as it is painted, thoughts and goings on from the day can become quieter.
This step-by-step guide takes you through the process of creating this piece, but please feel free to explore your creativity and add your own ideas as you go – these are suggestions only, and everyone’s art is different.
Suggested art supplies:
UniPin Fineliners, 0.1, 0.3 and 0.5 size
A range of round watercolour brushes
Fabriano or Reeves watercolour paper, 300gsm
Micador for Artists Brilliant Watercolours
Faber Castell B or 2B Greylead
Faber Castell Eraser
(Please note: This tutorial may not use all the listed supplies)
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