Afterword

The Artist & the Journal

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Closing wishes

At the end of the day, your feet should be dirty, your hair should be messy and your eyes sparkling.
— Shanti
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Just like the painting, this class is reaching its completion, yet I hope this is only the beginning of a beautiful new part of your creative journey!

In all my classes, I do my best to share my own process in the most authentic way possible, because I believe that this is what will be the most inspiring for you. So I really hope you enjoyed this workshop and that it will be useful to you, wherever you are on your path as an artist. I hope it brings you lots of ideas and inspiration and that it will make you look at your own process in new ways.

And of course, I look forward to seeing what you create and answer your questions in the group! Please feel free to ask anything, there are no silly questions at all.

It was really important for me to also share moments when I get stuck and things that don't work and are not really "pretty". I hope it will encourage you to look at your own work with love and compassion. Every layer contributes to a finished piece, even the ugly, messy ones. So don't hesitate to also share those "awkward teenage phases" with the group.

It's really about embracing the whole of who you are as a creative soul, as an Artist, and making progress in your own art-making practice. 

So enjoy working in your journal. Enjoy making your paintings. And I'll see you in the group! I have more workshops and art journaling projects in the works, and I hope to see you in class again soon!

Light & Love,

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To practice any art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow. So do it.
— Kurt Vonnegut

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