As artists, staying in touch with our collectors and fans is vitally important. But we don’t want this task eating into our art-making time.
Sharing a secret Pinterest board with your mailing list is a way of making your subscribers and collectors feel really special by implicating them in your creative process - and it won’t cost you a ton of time!
We're not machines. We can't expect our creative output to be the same every day. So why do we beat ourselves up when we have ‘bad days’?
Maybe you have unreal expectations about the creative process?
Perhaps you think that if you're not super-productive and creative every day, you can't call yourself a ‘real artist’?
I used to have those kind of feelings too.
I get it. You’re an artist. A visual communicator. You resent being expected to write a blog as part of your art business. You can’t find the time, let alone the inclination. If only you could press a magic button and a new post would appear on your blog.
Well, I can’t give you a magic button, but my 7 Step Workflow takes the pain out of weekly blogging even for non-writers.
(I’m also giving you a FREE calendar detailing each of the daily steps so you’ll never need to wonder what you should be doing.)
Themes are elusive. While there’s no guaranteed 10 Step Method to discovering your creative theme, I’m going to share 4 powerful techniques to help you find the theme of your work regardless of medium.
These techniques can help you find not just the theme of your current piece, but eventually understand the theme that ties together your entire body of work.
I'm Cherry Jeffs, mixed-media artist and creativity coach aka WildC for my refusal to be told or tamed...
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