“Everybody born comes from the Creator trailing wisps of glory. We come from the Creator with creativity. I think that each one of us is born with creativity.” – Maya Angelou The certainty of blue in the feathers of a peacock, emphasized by a triumph, of green, a stately sheen that whispers when light reachesContinue reading “Pondering Art”
I find myself in these merging blues, in magenta blooms, in a wash of yellow, in green grasses and flower-flurried meadows, in the tiny feathers of a hummingbird. —C.L. Fisher, Dec. 2021 Unless otherwise indicated, all writings and images are the work of C.L. Fisher and may not be copied, used, or distributed without permission.
Choose a color, some hue that speaks of your mood or reminiscent of a bloom you passed on an afternoon walk, the fragrance and beauty still shading your mind and just begin the shape of an eye or lips, continue until a person emerges, just enough of a face to satisfy, and allow the watercolorsContinue reading “On Watercolor Faces”
It begins with a few words, a blinking cursor or the initial drops of ink settling on a cool, new page, a willingness to share — to bleed or scream, to sob or sing, to bite or sting, to be raw or wrap it in form, the trappings of a sonnet or villanelle, a Haiku,Continue reading “Poetry”
…because when you are imagining, you might as well imagine something worth while…” ― L.M. Montgomery We have walked by this same corner along this same trek so many times before, but today it became whimsical when a little friend seemed to pause and look back before going up a winding staircase, and so our Continue reading “Imagine”
If God grant me any gift of creativity, may I be a willing-hearted artisan, giving that gift back, reflecting His glory, humbled by any part He allows in an expression of life. There is always something niggling to get out, some phrase, some scribble, some soul utterance that tells part of my story, reveals aContinue reading “Soul Portrait”