Allow Yourself To Change It Up
Have you ever gotten bored with the art you create? Have you ever had an idea that was outside the norm of what you usually make? I have! I always enjoy making art, but sometimes I feel like I go a little flat. When I’m uninspired to create what I‘ve been creating, I just have to switch gears. In doing so, I shake off any stagnation I may feel and can breathe new life into my creative process. An old idea becomes new again and unseen perspectives of how I create fine art become unveiled. I can integrate my artistic process with my artistic voice and vision while keeping my fine art exciting. Even though I changed what I am creating, I often look back and see a connection that unifies all my art. I view my artwork as a way to communicate, so even though I may have changed the tone, the voice is still the same. I am still referencing the same themes, just with a different viewpoint or a new approach to a work of art. I feel like I am no longer creative if I am just doing the same old art all the time. I believe we should always be growing and challenging ourselves to create new art. Experimentation should never stop and if you have the urge to try something new, do it. You will only be a better artist because of it.
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