Whether you are bored to death or feel like you are putting out little fires everywhere, it is important to stay creative during this quarantine. Creativity, whether you are a painter or not, can lift your spirits and help you stay positive during this extended stay at home. There are several ways to be creative – the first one I’ll cover, is fairly obvious – ART!
Here are some ideas to get you started:
My daughter and I tried our hand with some old scrap wood and some acrylic paint we had on hand. We now have a beautiful piece to remember our Easter at home. We also have done a lot of sidewalk art! Scroll down to see our home art 🙂
Before the Coronavirus and stay at home orders were even a faint rumor, I got some of my high school senior team together for a senior portrait shoot involving paint! The theme for my team this year is “Creativity” and this was a bucket list photo shoot I’d been dreaming of. All three of these girls are painters, and I wanted to make sure to keep it authentic. We had such a fun afternoon playing with paint – even on their faces and arms! Unfortunately, we cannot do any more team shoots during this time, but hopefully soon!
Lindsay Corrigan is a portrait photographer located in North Carolina specializing in children’s portraits, dance portraits and high school senior portrait sessions.
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Lindsay creates fun and laid-back professional photoshoots for kids, teens and high school seniors in Eastern North Carolina.
Her sessions allow them to be themselves in front of the camera leading to beautifully “real” personality-filled portraits for their parents.
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