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I’m diving headfirst into the whirlwind of thoughts and emotions that often ensnare us artists in the pursuit of validation. Buckle up for some truth bombs and a few rambles about what we experience in this wild artistic journey.Keep reading
I had a recent encounter with someone who claimed to be an expert in the art world, and their advice left me utterly flabbergasted.Keep reading
I’ve seen many artists limit themselves because they believe their art has to make sense to others. They restrict their color palettes or stick to one subject matter, fearing that any deviation will confuse people. But here’s the truth: your art is meant to be more significant than conforming to marketing norms. It’s about self-expression…Keep reading
I know it sounds counterintuitive, but bear with me. This approach is rooted in the wisdom of working smarter, not harder, and embracing the minimalist mindset. Our goal here is not just productivity; it’s about preventing burnout and finding balance in our creative journey.Keep reading
You’ve probably heard me say this before, but it’s worth repeating: Be your biggest fan. Don’t rely on anyone else to provide you with the motivation you need to keep creating. Because let’s face it, if your motivation hinges on external factors, it can easily waver or disappear altogether.Keep reading
In this podcast, I want to explore the depths of genuine artistic freedom – what it means and how it can transform your art and your life. Over time, I’ve reflected on various aspects that held me back, keeping me within self-imposed boundaries. If you’ve followed my journey through videos, books, or talks, you’d know…Keep reading
When the day of The Looff arrived, I had an inkling that my intentions were not right. While setting up, I subconsciously knew that I did all of this, the art I was surrounded by, for the sole purpose of making money. Everything I created was made from a place of fear and lack, not…Keep reading
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