10 Day Choose Art Challenge

Join us for a 10 Day Mini Art Challenge!

Start January 1 thru January 10. Each day a prompt will be provided to choose art. You can use any media you like!

Take a photograph, use paint, use crayons, use a glue-stick and scissors! Take a few minutes each day for yourself!

It’s a busy time of year but giving yourself a few minutes each to create is so very important.

All participants will be entered in the giveaway drawings for prizes. Please come along and play with us!

The more the merrier.

Prompts can be found here, on Facebook and on Instagram!

DAY 1 – Your Word for 2019

Day 2 – 3 Fave Colors

Day 3 – Inspired by Nature

Day 4 – Everything Hearts

Day 5 – Moon Magic

Day 6 – A Time to Breathe

Day 7 – Beautiful YOU!

Day 8 – Geometric Lines & Shapes

Day 9 – Mandalas

Day 10 – What’s Your Story

Share your creations if you like each day on IG or FB using #10DCAC

or just leave a comment 

on Lynne’s blog.

Can’t wait to see what you create!


The colors of my world . . .eclectic, varied. Landscape of NE Florida has so many GREENS! Love the new spring green in March, the deep purples and roses of sunrise and sunset. I found myself this year planting flowers of dark purple (salvia) peach/pink (petunias) white (bacopa and pentas) and then my favorite yellow African daisies and various colors of portaluca.  I so love flowers. My father would plant tulips in New Mexico (brilliant RED tulips).  I loved them.  When I moved to Florida I discovered my love for color and flowers.

Color and light is what I am drawn to. Our home has the shades and curtains open WIDE.  I love light.  I need to see the sunlight.  I need to feel the warmth of the sun as it rises on the front porch. The days when it is cloudy and the barometric pressure drops bother me immensely.  I will light candles and play music to offset the unsettling of the darknesss and drop in barometric pressure.

I delight in color everywhere, my coffee cup, the birds in the backyard, the brilliant orange of the finch inside, the flowers I find on my walks, even my tennis shoes.  Color is my constant.  (And yet, I wear an awful lot of black!)

When I get a new art product, my first inclination is to create a color wheel or a color swatch of the colors from that product.  Have you made a color wheel?  Check out my color triangles that I’ve used with Golden paints!