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Sparking and Savoring the Artful Life


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Oh, yeah. Passion. Keepin’ the lurve alive.

Jen Storer you delight!! LURVE!!!

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If you scroll down or if you go clickety-click here you’ll see that a while ago I scribbled a post about the Three Ps of Creative Writing. I also spoke about those Ps on a podcast with Allison Tait. (She’s the bomb by the way. People dig those podcasts so much. Check them out. Later. Once you’ve read this. No! Don’t go! Here’s some pretty words to make you stay…).

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The third P as I declared it, is Passion. I remember Al asking, ‘So Jen, how do you keep the Passion flowing?’ I gabbled something. I don’t remember exactly what. Something about reading poetry. And watching films about C S Lewis. Or the Brontes. Or Will Ferrell. It was near the end of the interview. I had a touch of brain fatigue.

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But the main thing about the Passion P is that I  encourage writers to CONSTANTLY do stuff that reminds them…

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Interview with Lynn Whipple

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So nice to be featured on Perspective, Cherry Arts Young Professionals blog!! Thank you!! Excited for the upcoming Cherry Creek Arts Festival on July 4th weekend!

Last week, Cherry Creek Arts Festival had their kickoff party in celebration of this year’s event AND commemorative poster artist Lynn Whipple. Between poster signings and preparing for the arts festival, we asked Lynn a few questions and really get to know this year’s poster artist!

Lynn Whipple is a full time artist, who favors collage/mixed media and painting.

From her website:

“I am deeply grateful to live my life as an artist. Play and discovery are my dearest and most constant companions. There are a zillion tiny challenges in each art making experience, and so often I find, just as many small, sweet victories. Without a doubt, living creatively is the most enjoyable and satisfying game I know.”

PERSPECTIVE: First question is.. Easy? Please share with us what you do, and why you do it.
LW: 
My name is Lynn Whipple and I am a visual artist and creativity teacher. I love what…

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