Are you starving your creative self? Depending on how long you’ve been doing this, your emaciating your creative spirit. So many artist’s spirits die from this. It happens far too often and I don’t want that to happen to you! When we’ve starved our creative self we need to take swift emergency action, but in a very gentle and patient way. The right way.
It’s very much like a person or animal who is starving to death. You have to nurse them back to health very gently. A little bit at a time. If you give them too much too soon it could make them even sicker.
It’s exactly the same way with our creative spirit. You’re the only one who can nurse it back to health. But oftentimes we get on the blame train and go from zero to pushing ourselves too hard. This will ALWAYS backfire on us. Why? Because in this situation you don’t need judgment or punishment. You need gentle understanding, compassion, patience, and baby steps back to creative strength.
Is this is you? If so I have created a special baby-steps challenge to get you back to your easel.
And it’s not too late to join!
This painting challenge started on Sunday and has been so joyful! The artists have been having so much fun and having amazing breakthroughs. Most everyone’s getting back to the easel and creating!
Do you want to join in? It’s not too late! Hop over to the group right now and get started. You have plenty of time to get in on the action and do the painting exercises before the deadline. I’m serious.
The exercises are super simple and easy and powerful. You can get them all done to get your points before the winner announcement! One winner will receive a $150 art supply gift card.
CLICK HERE to join the challenge NOW!
Once you sign up, you’ll receive an email with the link to join the private Facebook group (this is where the challenge is being held).
The challenge ends TOMORROW Sept 25th, make sure to join now and get your points in!
Click this link to join the FREE 5 Day Still Life Painting Challenge: https://mailchi.mp/3cd7355cd095/join-the-5-day-still-life-painting-challenge