It’s OK to be imperfect in this world. In fact, not allowing yourself to be imperfect can be EXACTLY what holds your Art back.
Today I give you 6 ways to accept your imperfections so you can turn a new leaf with your Art!
If you have lots of techniques under your belt. Or you’ve taken classes and are still not making advances with your Art – it’s because of what’s in your head.
It’s not technique holding you back, it’s what’s in your head.
When you reach this point you don’t need another Art class. Instead, what can really help is to be OK with being Perfectly Imperfect.
There’s a lot of pressure in the world to be perfect. Social media shows us this …
The truth is your greatest paintings won’t feel safe enough to come out until you accept your imperfections. This is hard to do, when we expect ourselves to be “better” all the time. (What pressure!)
If you’re tired of not feeling like your paintings are improving, here are 6 tips for turning a new leaf right now:
Start these 6 new WAYS right now, and watch how this gentle acceptance of YOUR PERFECT IMPERFECTIONS allows you to make more Art.
And if you want to feel supported, and get the tools and process for making big advances with your painting, I can help.
I’ve opened up a few times on my calendar this week to speak with a few committed women. If you’re read to get the help you need to finally love living your life as a thriving, joyful Artist, you can book a free Art Breakthrough Call with me here: KellieDayArt.com/booking
Please don’t book a call with me if you’re just looking for free information. These calls are for women who are ready to advance their Art now, and get the help that they need to take their Art to the next level.
If that’s you, I’d love to talk with you. You can book your call here.
If you’re tired of trying to figure everything out on your own. And if you’re ready to get the tools and support to be a thriving Artist, I’d love to speak with you.
And if this post helped you in some way, email me back and let me know. I love to hear from you!
PS. Scroll down to see words from my latest grads …