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    Monday
    Aug242009

    Collection #4

    It's lovely to spend time creating art rather than thinking of what to create! Here are image prompts to spark your imagination. Pop over to Collection #3 to see the last set of prompts.

    my daughter's mini etch a sketch art, mini-city doodles

    rust paisleys, white doodles

    bicyclists in Amsterdam, a scene from a short story

    stifling hot soccer fields, a "4 Things List" or the setting for a dialogue

    let your mind wander about these women chatting in the streets of Ghent, Belgium

    two windows in Salzburg, different perspectives, neighbors having a wicked affair, window sketches, a simple palette of tan, ivory and a touch of lime for an art journaling page

    crisp peaches, reds & greens at the flower market in Ghent, a lovely palette for an art journaling page

    an amusement park in Pennsylvania provides a retro Vegas theme, a diner scene, themes for an art journaling page, a neon blue, red-orange, green and yellow palette, striped doodles, a backdrop for a scene in a short story

    a graffiti wall in Amsterdam, a cryptic note, the start of a haiku, a scene from a detective novel, lyrics, a palette of payne's gray, blue and white for an art journal page

    a tangled hose, a muse for drawing a maze or a palette of rust, red and green

    Find more photograph prompts in the Collection series!

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    Reader Comments (2)

    Tammy, you always come up with great creative ideas to motivate us all.

    08.23.2009 | Unregistered CommenterShell

    As usual, GREAT prompts! Love the etch-a-sketch. Brings back a tons of memories, and they're STILL fun to play with! Hugs, Terri

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