There is an expression that says “never put all of your eggs in one basket.” I have been gradually uploading my artwork for on various print on demand art shop platforms. So far I have had Society6, DeviantArt, Redbubble, and now Threadless is the latest endeavor.
As an artist that fights anxiety every day of my life, posting pieces that, personally, I feel are not worthy of trying to sell is hard for me to do. However, sometimes we need to come out of our comfort zones to grow and develop ourselves further.
There is one very common struggle for any artist or writer that typically occurs at least once, but can happen multiple times. The age-old question of “what do I paint” or “what should I write about today?”
I know that all of my sites and social media are quite linked together by now, and as such, it may not necessarily be critical to have a post specifically to where all of these applicable social media sites are.
I recently read a blog article from Artistcoveries, that got my mind inspired and thinking about my own experiences with pets and how they interact with us as humans, particularly when we are creating our works.
I wanted to take this time to say a little bit more about myself. My introductory post is a basic understanding of me overall. However, there is definitely more to me than meets the eye. As I mentioned in my introductory statement, I am a wife and mother, and I have a passion for the arts.
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