I Challenged These Artists

As artists, we challenge ourselves because that’s how we find The Muse. 

The Muse doesn’t just sit around waiting for us. We have to get to work to find her. Sometimes that means opening ourselves up to new experiences and learning from others. 

That’s why last week I hosted The Working Artist 5-Day Challenge in celebration of International Artist’s Day. 

I am so proud of every artist who participated. In fact, I was introduced to so many new artists and Muses that my creative spirit is jumping with joy! I am so grateful to everyone who participated.

Check it out! Here are just a few of the many inspiring posts: 

 

Day 1: Look for The Muse!  Visit a gallery or museum or artist’s studio (online counts too!)

Day 2: Share your workspace!

Day 3: In five words or less, tell us about your work!

Day 4: Share your inspiration!

Day 5: Show your support! Introduce us to an artist we don’t know.

 

There were hundreds of inspiring responses, and I am so grateful to everyone who participated.

If you haven’t already joined The Working Artist Circle group, you can join here.

 

And if you’d like to receive free resources to help you transform your art practice, join my mailing list:

 

Working in the international world of contemporary art, Crista Cloutier has spent her career selling art and marketing art to art galleries, museums and private collections. 

Using her professional experiences, Crista has created The Working Artist Masterclass, where she’s developed a global reputation as an artist’s coach. Crista can teach you how to be an artist; including how to sell your art, how to sell art online, how to sell photographs, how to price your art, how to succeed at art fairs, and even how to find your art style. 

Crista has worked with established, blue-chip artists to raise their profile and attract greater opportunities. And she’s also helped thousands of emerging artists to build a professional art practice. To learn more, visit https://theworkingartist.com

 

 

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