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Monday, 13 February 2012

Being Courageous!


For most of this month I have been taking Stephanie Levy's Creative Courage e-course.


It has been a good way to begin the year and has helped me to set my goals and get my priorities in place.


One thing it has helped me with is creating what I want to create rather than what I think I ought to create.

These are the results so far.

17 comments:

  1. I don't know what you were doing before, since I only began following at the start of Stephanie's class, but these are fantastic.

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  2. Hmmmm ... yes, I can relate to that. I feel some changes coming up, too. And your work is wonderful, just wonderful!! - do you plan to sell prints of it?

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  3. Great pieces here, lovely interpretations

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  4. These are beautiful! Wonderful color choices.

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  5. you are defo on the right track then - these are glorious

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  6. The second one is breathtaking!

    (though all are gorgeous).

    Sadly, Stephanie's class has only made me annoyed about spending the money on it when I could have purchased some great encaustic materials with it - but I'm really glad it's helped you! Each artist to their own path. :)

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  7. P.S. Like your new blog design!

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  8. Wow, these are absolutely amazing! I've found Stephanie's class equally inspiring. Looking forward to seeing more of your wonderful work. I would love to know exactly how you've done these? I don't work with fabric at all so I'm curious.

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  9. It's quite a balancing act, isn't it; what you or others think you ought to do, and what you want to do. I think it is difficult when what you do for fun and work overlaps like it does for many artists.
    Good for you finding your balance; I am looking forward to get mine back too.

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  10. Lovely, lovely tranquil views.

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  11. These pieces are divine and your painted fabrics come to life with the quilting

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  12. The results are stunning! Very courageous.

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  13. Thank you Deborah, your artwork is beautiful! Just gorgeous! I'm honored and thank you for your kind post. xo Thanks to everyone else too!

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  14. Love your colours and the quilting adds so much texture to your pieces. How big or small are these?

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  15. I really like this series of skies and birds!

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