Color Outside The Lines: Re-Examining Creativity

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Course Level:
Beginner

Total Run Time:
30 minutes

Total Videos:
13

Color Outside The Lines: Re-Examining Creativity

Course Description:

Do you struggle with finding one reason why you should sit down and create art? Do you feel guilty when you finally set aside time to make something? Society has taught us that art is irresponsible, unproductive, and even childish. As adults, we believe we can’t afford the time, money, or effort it takes to be creative. But we can.

With this course, I hope to ignite that artistic spark and help you get unstuck from your creative rut. We’ll discuss why it’s important to make time for your creative passions. Then, we’ll look at six common obstacles artists face and how to overcome them. Finally, I’ll walk you through exercises to get those creative juices flowing.

Allow yourself to be creative. You deserve it!

What’s In The Course?

  • 13 Videos
  • 4 Creative Exercises
  • Self-Paced

Course Level: Beginner
Run Time: 30 minutes

What You Will Learn:

  • Why art can be beneficial for everyone
  • 6 obstacles artists face and solutions to overcome them
  • 4 exercises to encourage creativity

Supplies You’ll Need:

  • Paper
  • Pen or pencil
  • Markers, colored pencils, or paints

Inspiration:

In this course, your instructor will demonstrate exercises designed to help jumpstart your creativity, and encourage you to create your own art pieces.

Meet Your Instructor:

Shelby

Blogger at LittleCoffeeFox.com

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BrittneyE
Posted 1 month ago
great reminder of the benefits of art

I appreciated the reminder that art does not have to be shared with anyone and it can be beneficial to health. The exercise to find additional time in the week by identifying areas of time waste was especially helpful.

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Gail Prouse
Posted 3 months ago
Kudos

Thank you !!! I have been dragging my feet , to get started with Foxsy . You described me perfectly ... but I am going to proceed with your suggestions and find my " wild child" lol Thank you Gail Prouse

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Karen McRitchie
Posted 4 months ago
Not being Good is OK

Basically best thing is that just being you id OK and you don't have to be good at everything.

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