Artist's Corner

The great Pablo Picasso once said, "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up." Like Picasso, I think too many of us lose our childhood ambition to create and inspire. Of course, there are a few lucky ones who can make a living with their creativity. But for most of us, our creativity is swept under the rug and our ideas hidden in a darkened closet.

My Lovely and I want to help write new endings to these sad tales. In the coming weeks, we will launch Twig, a creative site that will not only showcase our own creativity, but yours as well. Everyone, from the stay-at-home mom to the established artist, will have a chance to have their work and their creativity
featured on Twig - all at no cost. So if you're trying to revive your childhood artist or simply trying to get your name out there, email us your submission at twigcreative [at] gmail [dot] com. If we like your work, you may lucky enough to find a spot in the Artist's Corner.

"You may think you don’t have talents, but that is a false assumption, for we all have talents and gifts, every one of us. The bounds of creativity extend far beyond the limits of a canvas or a sheet of paper and do not require a brush, a pen, or the keys of a piano. Creation means bringing into existence something that did not exist before—colorful gardens, harmonious homes, family memories, flowing laughter." - President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

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