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.
Home Photos from my iPhone: