Disciplined Artists Never Say “I’m bored.”

In this workshop you will learn that artistic growth comes out of actions.

Wiring your mind for artistic success through iteration, intuition, and discipline will allow you to step away from a fear based artistic life. You will learn to turn off the internal sensor by attacking the boundaries you have placed on yourself and will never again say, “I should be making art right now”.

By sharing generative experiences we will be pushing through fear, creating art in the process.

In addition to the indoor studio component, we will be going on a “Think Walk” – making the world our studio – so wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes. Please bring an open mind and your own PORTABLE creation tools of choice to each session. (mobile phone, laptop, sketchbook, notebook, watercolor, pencils, video camera, still camera, etc.)

The take away is documentation of your work, and a new way of approaching creation.

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  • John

    Pete,
    Bravo…I gave a church service once years ago that applies the same principle…(“Wiring your mind for artistic (any) success through iteration, intuition, and discipline will allow you to step away from a fear based artistic (productive) life” is a WONDERFUL way to put it.
    This is the Holmes theory of lifestyle changes and “in the now living”…your ‘Think Walks’ reminds me of many American Indians’ walking meditations (particularly within a labyrinth – also Celtic)…
    All in all it this is all very inspiring…creativity as “action thought”…much like the TIbetans’ assertion that “Every Breath Is a Prayer” !!!

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