When the corona crisis hit, I found myself devoid of all creativity. My mind was overflowing with worries about my work, my kids, the safety of friends and family. I did not loose the urge to draw, but I did loose my ability to create.
In order to remedy the urge to paint I started painting a butterfly a day for practice. Thinking something good may come of this whole corona crisis and hoping to create, in the end, a wall of tiny butterfly paintings.
Obviously I didn’t manage to paint a butterfly a day like I intended. Within two weeks my stress levels dropped and I was able to paint a little more freely again. However the project is still very much alive.