"This work is unlike any other, in its range of rich, conjuring imagery and its dexterity, its smart voice. Carroll-Hackett doesn’t spare us—but doesn’t save us—she draws a blueprint of power and class with her unflinching pivot: matter-of-fact and tender." —Jan Beatty

Posts tagged ‘releasing expectation’

Daily Prompt Catch-Up <3 7 New Prompts!

2 October 2017

Make art about the fear behind hate.

fear behind hate

3 October 2017

Make art about the soundtrack of your life.

tom petty

4 October 2017

Make art about losing your grasp.

losing grasp

5 October 2017

Make art about being let down.

disappoitnment

6 October 2017

Make art about what’s out of place.

out of place

7 October 20017

Make art about coming together.

come together

8 October 2017

Make art about remembering what you need.

what you need

Daily Prompt Love <3 You Have a Right To

11 April 2017

One of the greatest gifts I’ve received in this life was a single statement. A wise and caring man said to me, “You know, you have a right to peace of mind.”

The simplicity of what he said stunned me in that moment. It also revealed to me how I, for too many reasons to list, more often than not, stood in my own way toward achieving that peace.

Had a wonderful and heartbreaking conversation with my students last night about just this thing, about what keeps them from ‘peace of mind.’  Worries and expectations, the fears they hold for the future, their own and the future of our planet.  We talked about articulating these barriers, and about releasing them. 

Make art about peace of mind. 

peace of mind

Daily Prompt Love <3 What That Darkness Is

1/10/2017

“…darkness is but a ghost of an idea, the least

remembered, most estranged prayer, and your fear

but a lingering, limbic fear torn from shreds of forgotten years.”
 
–Alice B. Fogel

 

Make art about forgiving the darkness. 

darkness-light-605x391

Sometimes You Let the Prompt Go

Daily Prompt
 
Letting em go 🙂
 
Make art about releasing expectations.
 
expectation

Tag Cloud

%d bloggers like this: