Creativity, I've learned, has very few limitations. That's not to say that things don't get in the way, they very much do, and of course resources, or lack thereof, can also prove to be a hinderance. But the creative process itself seems to me to be almost unlimited in its potential.
I stumbled upon this realisation during the first coronavirus lockdown of 2020; when my need to create took me away from visual art and towards writing. The result of that uncertain time was, somewhat miraculously in my mind, my debut novel Quarantine Sunsets.
If you've ever been interested in what it means to be human, in truth, in morality, or the power of the "ordinary person", then I urge you to read this book. It will offer you a perspective unlike any other.