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6/1 Weekly Creativity Challenge and New Prompt

Lovely “Sunday” entries this week.  Congrats to all!  The favorite is Karen Winter’s beautiful watercolor painting.  Karen writes:

“I painted this little watercolor a while ago on a sunny Sunday,
looking for a way to express the cheeriness of the day and my mood.
It literally was a “sun” day, with the radiant light streaming in the
window and illuminating the still life setup.”

sunday-sunshine karen

From Cathy Coley: The best Sundays of my entire life are spent at the beach. Here is May 31, 2009.  S in red, K is Cousin It, and C is the curly girl.


From me (Kelly Warren): The girlies and I created these for Sunday PostCard Art.  This week’s theme was “Happy Birthday”.  We enjoyed an art-filled hour together Sunday afternoon.  Our postcards L-R: Sarah, Kelly, Olivia.

Sunday trio 5-31

This week’s prompt: “Celebration”
Use the prompt however you like – literally, or a tangential theme. All media are welcome. Please e-mail your entries to by midnight eastern time on Sunday, June 7, 2009.   Writers should include their submission directly in the body text of their e-mail. Visual artists and photographers should attach an image of their work as a jpeg. Enter as often as you like; multiple submissions for a single prompt are welcome. There is no limit to how many times you can win the weekly challenge, either. (You do not have to be a contributor to this blog in order to enter. All are invited to participate.) All submissions are acknowledged when received; if you do not receive e-mail confirmation of receipt within 48 hours, please post a comment here. Remember, the point is to stimulate your output, not to create a masterpiece. Keep the bar low and see what happens. Dusting off work you created previously is OK too. For more info, read the original contest blog post.

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. lovely painting, karen! very warm… congratulations!

    kelly, i loved these on your blog…

    June 1, 2009
  2. congrats on winning karen! The watercolour is so pretty! I love the way the colours stream through the vase. Great work!

    June 2, 2009

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