Have you always dreamed of being an artist?
In this blog, I’m going to share my journey as an artist-in-the-making with you. I will show you how I’ve developed my technical skills, gotten over my fears and uncertainties, and finally started doing what I love.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve let your fears, or just life, get in the way for far too long. Now you’re ready to do what you’ve always wanted to do, whether that means carving out an evening a week to paint, or working fewer hours to devote more time to your art practice. This blog will help you build confidence in yourself and your abilities. I’ll offer practical wisdom, coaching, tips, and tutorials to help you build your artist’s toolbox.
Whether you are a beginner or a more seasoned artist, my goal is to inspire you and to help you achieve your dreams. With that in mind, I will distill hours of workshops, classes, studio time, books, and lectures into essential information that will get you moving rapidly on your path. This will save you time, energy, and money and allow you to focus on what’s important: making art!
If you’ve ever dreamed of being a productive artist with a committed studio practice, this blog is for you!
I will cover a range of topics as diverse as:
- practical skill development
- how to understand and critique art
- developing your studio practice
- how to live from your art
- professional practice
- social media & websites for artists
- art fairs and exhibitions
- spotlights on contemporary and historical artists
- interviews, studio visits, and much, much more!
Being an artist is serious and meaningful work. It involves engaging fully with the world and with ourselves. It is also loads of fun. So get ready to join me on this journey. I won’t lie: it is difficult. It is full of highs and lows. But I promise, realizing your potential through living your passion is the most rewarding thing you will ever do.
Are you ready to embark on the adventure? If not, what’s holding you back?
Please share your feedback below on what you want from this blog. What kind of information would be valuable to you as an artist-in-the-making? What kind of tutorials do you need to help you develop your skills?