Seen on a bumper sticker . . .
Just Because You're Misunderstood Doesn't Make You an Artist
Thanks to Casey Klahn.
Image (c) Casey Klahn, Yellow Trees in a Blue Forest.
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This program emphasizes your limited capacity. It’s not about balance.
It’s about being fulfilled—about enjoying the life of an artist. To do that, you seek to optimize how you spend your precious time.
It’s not a social media course and it’s not about posting more!
This is so true! I always wanted to be an artist, but I didn’t feel like I was one until I started painting regularly, almost everyday!
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