|Head of Janus, Vatican museum, Rome|
- Alyson Stansfield had a great post - Celebrate Your Year: 2014 Personal Review - for a process of reviewing the year just past
- Laura Frankstone has a post looking back at 2014 - which includes a reference to my book - see 2014 in the rear-view mirror
- I loved Jarnie Godwin's ( A Sketchbook Squirrel) A Year in Pictures
Facing Both Ways
- Jeanette Jobson (Illustrated Life) came up with a Top 10 of 2014 and a new outlook for 2015. Here's wishing a better New Year to Jeanette whose mother passed away two days before Christmas
I've closed the door on 2014 and am looking forward to a new year full of challenges and opportunities. Health, happiness and creativity is all I wish for you. I know for some it can be difficult to find even one of these and especially all three together at times, but we can still wish for them, can't we?
- Alyson Stanfield also has some intensely practical tips for things you should be doing at 2015 dawns - Prepare for 2015: 5 Things to Do Right Now
- Shevaun Doherty (Botanical Sketches and Other Stories) has a detailed post about Plans, Paintings and Promises 2015
- Sharon Butler at Two Coats of Paint had a backward and forward facing post Gratitude, Favorites from 2014, Predictions for 2015 on New Year's Day
- Karen Margulis has A Painting Challenge for the New Year
In years past I would often have big lists of goals....New Year's resolutions. It was overwhelming to keep track of and to know where to begin. I have been able to whittle the list down and this year there is nothing on the list except to Simply Paint.
- Happy New Year by Marc R. Hanson (Painting My Way Through Life) - about finding the potential in you and finding a voice
- Cass Arts has come up with some Inspirational Art Quotes to start 2015
- Rosie Sanders made a big promise - with the first of her daily sketches in 2015 on January 1!
there was my post on New Year's Day - which, in case you missed it, I'll reprise here - 7 Tips for a New Start in Art in 2015
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