#52 How to Develop Your Art Style
Many artists get frustrated because they have not yet developed their own style. They may get into a creative block because they just haven’t found the technique, or colors, or theme that makes their style unique to them. In this episode, I’ll talk about how you can develop your art style by examining artists from the past and the present, and by examining your history of making art. I’ll also emphasize the importance of trying new things and practicing your art daily. I’ll also give useful links in my show notes to artists who offer classes or groups that will help you to develop your own art style.
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#84 Everything You Need to Know about Skype
#83 Harriet Silverstein: From Teaching Artist to Fine Artist
#82 How to Host an Art Workshop
#81 Amanda Jolley: Encaustic Painting in her Studio Joy
#80 How to Start a Podcast
#79 Mitch Bowler: Offering Art Classes for All
#78 Art Collaborations
#77 Kole Trent: Gallery Owner and Mural Artist
#76 Art Print Basics
#75 Nick Ringelstetter: From Art Shows to Murals
#74 Working Your Way Out of a Creative Block
#73 Chris Zydel: Healing through Creativity
#72 Is a Co-op Gallery Right for You?
#71 AJ Brockman: Creating a New Model for Selling Art
#70 Getting Back to Art
#69 Katiana Jarbath Smith: Honoring Her Culture with Her Art
#68 Are You Accountable?
#67 Lisa Sonora: Traveling Artist in Oaxaca, Mexico
#66 The Art of Visual Journaling