I’ve heard people say, “Don’t try to make money with your hobbies; you’ll ruin them.” Well, I’m here to challenge that notion and share some insights that might just change your perspective.
Today, we’re diving headfirst into the world of juggling, not the circus kind with flaming torches (although that would be awesome), but the art of balancing a side hustle, a corporate gig, and our artwork.
People who don’t do art see us as these magical unicorns who conjure art out of thin air, and sometimes the questions we get are just as fantastical.
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.
This morning, my thoughts wandered to that familiar feeling of being ignored as an artist.
Today, I want to dive into the wonderful world of promoting your art. It’s a topic that often leaves many of us artists scratching our heads.
Life happens, and there are moments when you need to step away from your art to deal with personal matters, work, or other responsibilities.
Your art career is an ever-evolving journey, and you are the ultimate authority on your life and your artwork. Trust yourself.
I had a recent encounter with someone who claimed to be an expert in the art world, and their advice left me utterly flabbergasted.
let’s peel back the curtain and reveal the truth behind the scenes. The truth is that no matter what you see on the surface, we are all going through the following.
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 and exploration.
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.
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 […]
As creators, I urge you to set aside some time for introspection and contemplation. It’s time to embark on a journey to uncover your artistic voice.
Today, we’re delving into the realm of artistic badassery – because, let’s face it, you are a creative badass, and it’s high time you owned that title! #artistlife
It’s easy to throw around the words “stay persistent,” but what does that really mean in the day-to-day grind of an artist’s life?
Today, I’m diving into a topic that’s close to my heart – feeling good as an artist. Feeling good is not just a luxury; it’s an essential aspect of our creative journey.
The key is not to strive for something entirely unheard of or the opposite of everything else out there.
Today, I want to delve into a topic that I believe is crucial for any artist embarking on their career—the enigmatic concept of self-confidence.
I want to start the month with motivation, something for you to contemplate and reflect on as you navigate through your art career, which can sometimes be quite crazy.