Wednesday, December 31, 2014

WOYWW and Saying Gooddbye to 2014

Hard to believe it is the end of another year. 2014 has sped by. I have been reflecting the past few days on the year that was and have chosen my word for 2015 - BLOOM. I created the canvas that I will place in my art room to remind me of the message behind the word. (See here to how I chose the word.)

Here is my work table after finishing the canvas.
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I really need to start fresh - a new cover on the table and the paints reorganized!

I have great hopes for 2015. I want to write more and create art more. There are several challenges I am already looking forward to. 

Wishing everyone a very Happy New Year!


StampinCarol said...

Such a beautiful canvas! Great word, too! Happy New Year!
Carol N #34

Stacy Sheldon said...

I love how big and cheerful your bloom is :) ~Stacy #60 Happy New Years!

Anne said...

Love your canvas. Happy New Year Anne x #28

Artatag said...

Beautiful canvas!
I wish you and your family a very happy and successful New Year!
Gabriele 25

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Bloom is a very inspiring word! I love your canvas, so bright and colourful :-)
Happy New Year to you,
Hugs, LLJ 14 xx

Kate Robertson said...

Fabulous word choice. Love the flower painting. Love to see how you bloom this next year.


Sandee Setliff said...

I love your word for 2015 and the idea of organizing your space for the new year. My word is "more"

Paula Farrington said...

How beautiful—creativity blooming already; love this!

Danie May said...

Lovely Canvas, and great word for 2015. I think its important to have our word in a prominent spot so creating a canvas is the perfect way to do so, allowing our word to empower us throughout the year. Mine this year is TRUST. TFS I am joining in via Kate's Express Your Creativity Link Up. xx

laurie said...

Bloom is such a great word to inspire you this year! How smart you are to place this somewhere to remind you what your intentions are - I might have to steal that idea since I seem to forget my word but the time fall rolls around!