She was like an old, red hen With a small and unadorned head, She didn't cock-a-doodle-doo. She merely clucked, As she picked her way along. Jacki Kellum Yesterday, I discussed how writing--especially memoir writing--can be beneficial for painters and other kinds of artists, too. http://jackikellum.com/write-or-paint-to-free-yourself-from-the-ghosts-of-your-past-and-to-celebrate-the-good/ In another post, I attempted to explain how writing...

I often say that my intuition is an integral part of my creative process, and I believe that memory is the well-spring of the intuition. For that reason, I am convinced that memory is every artist's greatest resource. For writers, the memory is certainly essential,...

A week ago, I bought several pots of flowers to serve as subjects for new paintings. Consider the Lily - Jacki Kellum Watercolor https://fineartamerica.com/featured/consider-the-lily-jacki-kellum.html I bought a pot of Asiatic Lilies, and I painted one of those flowers. Early Morning Lilies - Jacki Kellum Watercolor https://fineartamerica.com/featured/early-morning-lilies-jacki-kellum.html I bought a pot of...