Developing an art practice
Is it wise to plan your paintings ahead?’.I am tackling this question because I have been planning my painting a lot lately. And I’m wondering: is this a good idea? Listen to the podcast!
Getting out of your comfort zone as an artist is not always easy. But it is essential for your growth as a creative. That’s what this podcast is about. I will tell you my story and I will ask you questions about how you can take your next steps out of your comfort zone! Listen to this podcast and get inspired!
One of the first painters that I discovered was the Danish painter Line Juhl Hansen. I fell in love with her work at first sight, and I have been devouring her paintings on the Internet for years and years. In this blog post, I’ll let you know what I love so much about her, and I show some of her fantastic paintings.
In this blog, I’ll show you that if you start making random marks on your canvas or paper, you don’t not only activate the canvas but also activate yourself! Making marks awakens your inner artist, and from there, your painting can evolve in a natural and effortless way. Read the blog!
When we paint from a non-dual awareness, we are dancing with our materials, and the materials dance with us in one colorful dance. Making a painting from that non-dual perspective is effortless. Every step on the road evolves from the former in a completely natural way. Read more about it in this blog!
In this video-blog, I’ll show you how I made a very small collage on the back of a business card. Working on a small size is fun and is great for sustaining a daily art practice.
If you don’t like your painting, you can do two things: focus on the product or focus on the process. Focus on the product will frustrate you, focus on the process will help you grow as an artist. Read more about it in this blog post!
Throwing old paintings away can be difficult. and letting go of them might feel wrong. But throwing art that you don’t love away gives space and new energy! Read the blog!
Consistently painting on a regular basis is a fantastic way to grow your art and to develop as an artist. But don’t overdo and become you own slavedriver! Read the blog!
If you are in a creative slump, or if you think that you’re not creative at all, daily painting can help you to reclaim your lost creativity. If this rings a bell, read this blog!
Developing an art practice
Creating a regular art practice and developing creative habits are fundamental for your development as an artist. Because you create on a regular basis your art keeps evolving, and you grow stronger as an artist every day. Have fun exploring!