There is one vital ingredient in art that makes it super potent.
I learned this many years ago when creating a poster for the Salvation Army.
Here is what happened.
Until that point, I never really paid attention to the degree of feeling and emotion I placed in my art.
Now I know that if I can identify the feeling I want to convey, regardless of the materials or kind of art I am making, it will be far more engaging for myself and the viewer.
Connecting with someone visually and emotionally is powerful.
If you can identify and focus more on the feeling behind your art, it gives way to more creativity.
How do you bring your feelings and emotions into your art?
Let us know in the comments.
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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.
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