This has been true for me with my daily paintings - a small act, painting everyday - December sees me starting month 11 and has generated a flowering of what, prior to beginning this project, I would have called 'impossible things'.
Below is my 'Map of November' - the daily paintings of the month gone by - most of which are on recycled Liz Earle catalogue paper (thanks to Liz Earle for being such good sports about it). I enjoyed using the pre-printed paper and it gave a lovely texture and suggested patterns for my paintings. I find it interesting that one can paint on anything - there are no rules, despite what folk might tell you when you are starting out. November was mailshot paper month (unfortunately no one took my hint and sent me paint through the post).
'Bad Moon Rising' - top, is my contribution to the twitartexhibit (still time to contribute if anyone is interested) - a charity who ask artists to contribute a postcard size work to be sold in aid of a good cause - I hope someone falls in love with it enough to purchase it.
Adventures in Tweeter-land - my learning curve continues on Twitter, come say hi if you are into that sort of thing. This week I learnt that - if someone says: o7 - then the are saluting you, and that this is a good thing :)
Hat Status: Furry hunter hat securely fastened
Painting Status: Blank daily painting paper all cut up till the end of the year
Writing Status: Editing poems
Reading Status: 'In a Another Light' by Andrew Greig
F. E. Clark, 1st December, 2013.