Would you like to stimulate your creative juices in an easy, friendly, connected way?
Sally’s first ever Art and Soul Challenge
Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture
continues through the month of April.
Here’s the lowdown from (a still excited) Sally Swain:
On holiday in Glenorchy, NZ, I dreamed.
I dreamed I was running down a grassy hill. I said to a young woman, ‘Here. Here’s a title for you. Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture.’
I awoke. I wondered. ‘Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture? I don’t know what it means, but I like it.’ I let myself trust that something Random, Active, Travelling and Sculptural would emerge.
The time came to leave the Glenorchy cottage. I didn’t want to go. I found myself photographing sweetly fading flowers the owner had provided. I found myself moving the vase of flowers around to different spots, hither and thither.
Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture was born.
On Friday 1st April, the first series of images appeared. Now for the next lot. In Manapouri, NZ, I bought rubber gloves. My dishwashing hands were immensely relieved. And what gloves they were! Purple, no less, with a soft lining.
Here’s your challenge:
In April, photograph an object in three different settings.
Cut and paste this Sally Swain’s Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture blurb in its entirety.
Nominate three (or six, or nine) others for the challenge.
Share your three photos plus blurb far and wide, tagging the person who nominated you.
Be willing for your (credited) photos to be included in the Sally Swain Art Facebook page or the Art and Soul Space blog.
Be invited and delighted whether you are nominated or not; whether you feel inclined to participate or not. No pressure. Really. May your creative juices flow, Randomly, Actively, Travellishly and Sculpturally.
PS If you are a Follower of Art and Soul Space blog, consider yourself already nominated!
PPS Feel free – very free – to share your experience or not-experience of Random Acts of Travelling Sculpture in a comments box below.
PPPS More RandomATS next week. A sneak peek…