Pink is to draw.
The PINK in our palette is the act of making marks on paper. All kids can draw. More importantly, they believe they can draw, and they enjoy it. For various reasons, a lot of grown-ups have lost their belief in their abilities, and their enthusiasm over this simple act of creating, thinking and feeling has waned. Drawing is more than an artistic act. It helps our brains and well-being in ways that only drawing can. So here’s PINK in an attempt to keep the faith alive.
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