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What I Wish I Had Learned About Art Series

Accept and Embrace Your Art Where It Is

So that You Can Continue to Grow

Photo by the author of paint-by-numbers currently in progress. 2 paintings side by side. Both feature the moon. The painting of the moon on the left takes up most of the canvas and features bright pastel colors of blues, purples, pinks, etc. The painting of the moon on the right is a zoomed out perspective of the moon over the water featuring darker tones of black and orange. They’re helping me gain confidence in my abilities to eventually free paint.
Photo by the author of paint-by-numbers currently in progress. They’re helping me gain confidence in my abilities to eventually free paint.

Welcome to the second installment of my What I Wish I Had Been Taught About Art series!

The hardest thing about learning a new skill can be the desire to be at the end goal, despite the fact you need to grow to get there.

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Sarah Marie

Sarah Marie

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