Creativity is God’s gift to us. Using our creativity is our gift back to God.
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About The Hermit Creative
Hi, my name is Kirsten and I am an introverted creative. My friends would tell you that I am a wee bit of a hermit – hence the blog name. Especially, when I get involved with a creative project. I am happy as can be just sitting in my room creating on my iPad or painting with Watercolors.
I am an art class junkie who can’t get enough of SkillShare, Udemy, and Domestika. I am primarly a digital artist using Procreate, Photoshop, and my iPad. But I am currently venturing into traditional watercolors and acrylics.
I also love to write poetry (NaPoWriMo is just around the corner) flash fiction, and short stories. My mind is a constant whirlwind of creative of energy. I have decided to see that as a blessing.
I am also the Creative Director of Healing Thoughts Online. An online blog that uses multimedia to show people Jesus’ healing power at work in our world today. Visit Healing Thoughts
Welcome to my little corner of the web. I hope you enjoy my collection of creative hodgepodge. Read more…
Anna Mason’s Green Pear Tutorial
Free pear tutorial from artist Anna Mason.
Click below to go to the tutorial.
Go to Tutorial
Jay Lee Painting Tutorial
Whimisical painting of a girl and her cat.
Click below to visit Jay’s YouTube channel.
Go to YouTube
Recent Blog Posts
Make sure to check back often to see my most recent hodgepodge of creativity.
Look forward to seeing you soon. Blessings and healing.
Today, it is time for Friday Fictioneers hosted by the lovely Rochelle. This week the photo prompt is from our host Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Thank you for the great picture!He stood ramrod straight with eyes not straying from the camera lens pointed their way. She...
Scales falling away. As light scatters the darkness. I see clearly now.© 2020 The Hermit Creative, all rights reserved.
Today's prompt comes from dVerse. Here are the rules for the Prosery Prompt: Write a story of 144 words or less (not including the title). The story must have a beginning and an end, and should not be poetry. Sounds easy enough right? Here’s the twist: You must use...
Turmoil surrounds, but Jesus transforms our storms. Beauty in chaos.© 2020 The Hermit Creative, all rights reserved.
I am finding my love for Art History again through my online art classes. One American artist who has always intrigued me is Margaret Keane. She is mostly known for her big eyed portraits of girls, women, and pets. The enlarged emotional eyes of her subjects were...
Let your light rage sharp. A sword slicing through the dark. Shining His hope, bright!© 2020 The Hermit Creative, all rights reserved.