We’ve been talking about STYLE over in my Facebook group, ART+WORK+LIVING, for the last few days.
Two of the questions I get asked at every single workshop or course I teach are “How do I get a style”, and “Do I have to have a style?”
The two questions may sound really different, but they have the same answer. And that’s what I’m going to cover in today’s video.
Don’t let “getting a style” slow you down.
Style develops over time with consistent painting. If you paint consistently, you can’t NOT have a style.
Paint what’s around you, what you know. What you love and are passionate about and style will happen. In exactly the same way that your handwriting developed a style over time.
One of the quickest ways to begin developing your own style is by starting a daily painting practice.
Forming that painting habit is so much easier when you’re surrounded by other artists who’re working towards the same goal!
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