In January of this year, my son, Hunter, was beginning his last semester of high school and we were eagerly awaiting his college acceptance letter. I was working diligently on on new online workshops and working with my dear friend, Terry Eldridge, launch Zenso Creative (an online platform for a variety of art workshops, taught by artists all over the United States). It was a month filled with momentum and high hopes for the goals I set out to accomplish in 2019.
Through the year I traveled to Florida, North Carolina, New York, Texas, Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, Virginia, and France. During which time I would begin plans for several international art retreats in 2020 & 2021 in both France and Morocco.
My kiddo began college at Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina and became a member of the Pride of the Mountains Marching Band. They went on to preform in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade this year.
I took on two personal renovation projects this year. My new studio in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania and my 1978 Airstream Argosy, LOLA. A great deal of joy, hard work, and perseverance went into these two endeavors. I will continue to work on them in 2020.
As the year comes to a close, I have some exciting new plans in the works. I have new online workshops scheduled for release and some really cool commissions I will be sharing with you. Stay tuned for more on my upcoming international workshops, freebies, tips, behind the scenes, and creative inspiration! You can also join me each week for a little morning inspiration on my new YouTube series, But First Coffee!
Do you have exciting plans or projects you plan to work on in 2020? I would love to hear about them! Comment below and share your plans for the new year!
Ellie McIntosh, grew up as a creative thinker. Inspired by her father, a furniture designer an inventor and musician, she took the path to creativity. Her artistic journey has taken her as far as France, Switzerland, Monaco, Italy, Spain, Germany, Morocco, and many places throughout the United States and Mexico, where she utilized various