“It was because the spirits of the ancestors inside me that I became a dancer.”
–Twyla Tharp quoting Sina Koy (p. 69) in The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It For Life
Creativity is ingrained in our family for generations. There is something beyond an artist that compels an artist to create. It’s bigger than us. When we make art, we feel at peace. In honor of that thought, today, I am delighted to show you a postcard that Betty Baldwin (my Mom!) sketched and sent to me awhile ago. Recently, I started to teach her and my brother how to use watercolor. I love this! One of my students called us “an Art Family”!
Many Faces Sketch by Betty Baldwin, 4″x6″ sketch with colored pencil.