Do you know your own painting language?

Do you know your own painting language?

  Have you ever thought about your way of painting as a language? I’ve found this to be a very useful metaphor, because it instantly clarifies that a} it’s something in which you can become ever more fluent, and b} just as with your handwriting, you do...
14 ways to be a happy artist: the workbook

14 ways to be a happy artist: the workbook

  A while back I wrote a post titled 14 ways to be a happy artist. In it I talked about the things I’d learned in almost a decade of painting  – things which felt fundamental to being what I call a ‘happy artist’. I feel I always have to...
Giveaway! Win a place on the new Loosen Up painting course

Giveaway! Win a place on the new Loosen Up painting course

***THE GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.*** Thank you to all who entered and helped spread the word! The winners are: Terry Ellis Cassandra Arnold Dawn Hebig Tracey Downing Look out for an email with more details! *******   Well this one has been quite a long time coming!...
On being inspired without copying – 3 examples

On being inspired without copying – 3 examples

  I talk about being inspired by other artists fairly often, here on the blog and in some of my courses, because it’s unavoidable for any of us who don’t live in a vacuum. {Or have Instagram in our phones. ;) } For many of course it simply isn’t an...

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