Where does (your) creativity come from?

Just curious.

Thoughts?

(short post :))

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9 Responses to Where does (your) creativity come from?

  1. Hmm I think mine comes from everyday mishaps. How to fix things that are already existing and how to make ’em better ;D

    • SirenaTales says:

      Thank you so much for replying. I am very intrigued by creativity and the creative process and threw this out on a whim on the off chance someone would reply. Then this: your wholly unexpected, cool, and fascinating response. Something I’d never considered. Thank you for this inspiration, and your generosity. Cheers!

  2. j.h. white says:

    First, mine usually comes from necessity. I come from a family that made everything we needed. Then, as I’ve matured, I also find that creativity comes from answering questions I didn’t know I was asking. So creativity is kind of a puzzle presenting itself for consideration.

    • SirenaTales says:

      Wow. How cool. I so appreciate your responding to my question. As I mentioned above, I am very intrigued by the creative process and seek to broaden my experience and deepen my understanding of it. So fascinated to hear a little about how your process goes. Ain’t life grand? Really grateful for your sharing on this. xoxo

  3. Sue Vincent says:

    Necessity. Whether the need to create a solution, or a need to express something deep. Yet ultimately creativity is a divine act… that part of us that creates mirrors Creation. x

    • SirenaTales says:

      How intriguing! You have a similar response to JH above–and now I see that perhaps I need to rethink my own answer as yours and hers make more, and deeper, sense. Thanks so much, Sue, for replying and thereby aiding me in my quest to learn more about how the creative process is experienced by artists! Happy creating. xoxo

  4. Leila Arts says:

    Mine always comes from people – a wonderful shared cycle of creativity xx

    • SirenaTales says:

      Thank you, Leila, for sharing this. Yes, I have a similar experience. I find this topic fascinating and appreciate your helping me delve. Happy Mother’s Day to you!! xo

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