March 1, 2020

Finding this could totally change everything

Hi there, our art is only as good as we are.
In other words, it is important to keep a steady stream of inspiring
input coming in so what is going out, our art, is inspiring too.

So how do we do that?

Here is an example I couldn’t resist sharing.
Aondrea Maynard, a San Francisco Bay Area artist has found a pretty cool way to do this.

The takeaway?

Be deliberate about incorporating wonder and discovery into your art practice.

If we optimize what is coming into our art making, then what comes out will be too.

How and where do you find inspiration to feed your art practice?

Leave a comment below and let the rest of us know.

Hope today sparkles.

Nicholas

PS. To see more of Aondrea’s luminous art, thoughts and upcoming events follow her on Instagram @aondreamaynard_fineart

Take a deeper dive into Aondrea’s world by going here.
(if the above link doesn’t work for you, please copy and paste
the URL http://www.aondreamaynard.com/)

Nicholas Wilton

Hi! I’m
Nicholas Wilton
the founder of Art2Life.

With over 20 years experience as a working artist and educator, I’ve developed a systematic approach that brings authenticity, spontaneity and joy back into the creative process.

Join me and artists from all over the world in our Free Art2Life Artists Facebook Group or learn more here about Art2Life.