On Wonder: A MrJayMyers Week in Review

On Wonder: A MrJayMyers Week in Review

October 30, 2016

Hello All,  On this blog, where I am sharing my recent art, tips, tools, etc. I am also writing about the foundations beneath all the work we do as artists. My wife and I have long conversations and consider where we are, where we’ve been, and where we want to go. We recently gathered our thoughts … Read More

On Friendship: A MrJayMyers Week in Review

On Friendship: A MrJayMyers Week in Review

November 18, 2016

Hey Everyone, Welcome to Friday. How have your friendships gone this week? FRIENDSHIP. I commit to friendship, starting at home, believing that I was created for community and to share love. My best art will come out of a life lived well with others. –Thirteen Commitments for Artists to Cultivate Inspiration  Writing about friendship is … Read More

Listen to Grow: Artist Kindling from MrJayMyers

Listen to Grow: Artist Kindling from MrJayMyers

December 11, 2016

Hey guys, Welcome to a new week. Are you ready to delve into part two of: making a commitment to listen as a way to cultivate inspiration as artists? If you missed part one, read it here. First of all, this is hard at anytime. But especially during busier times in our lives, listening takes incredible amounts of intention. … Read More

On Studying: Artist Kindling Letter From MrJayMyers

On Studying: Artist Kindling Letter From MrJayMyers

February 5, 2017

Hey all, welcome to a new week! When I was younger,  I wouldn’t draw something—perspective or cars for example—because I thought that one day something would just “click” in my brain and I’d be able to draw whatever I wanted. It never clicked and it stunted my imagination as well as my skills. I realize how silly that … Read More

On Challenges: Artist Kindling Letter From MrJayMyers

On Challenges: Artist Kindling Letter From MrJayMyers

March 26, 2017

Hey guys, welcome to the new week! Some people have been known to say, “Never let a serious crisis go to waste.” They may have their own ideas about this, however, I think there is something true here. The truth is, times of crisis: health, faith, work, family, artistic goals, etc., are times when we can grow—like no other. The … Read More