A lot of the art I do is for the process, for the freedom of slapping paint onto a big canvas and experimenting with media, colours, and movement without rules and with usually very little idea of what I'm doing or what might happen. I also have a notebook where I scribble, and have found this a liberating practice that supports my mental health, and so I recommend it. We're quick to assign structure and symbolism to art but creative practices focused on process try to sustain the sense of play and possibility for as long as possible. That's not to say I don't see recurring shapes and resonances in my painted and drawn scribbles, but I relish the way these seem to appear while I'm not looking. I often track this process on instagram (alongside photos of vegetables and woollen arts projects).
I enjoy facilitating this work with others. Contact me for more information.