Second Guessing Your Art?

Do you think your art is not very good…

You can’t find a style that pleases you…

Your always comparing your work to someone better…

Well stop thinking this way…Stop second guessing your Art…just enjoy your own journey!

Yesterday I stopped at my local Library to pick up books for my granddaughter. There are so many to choose from! As I was breezing through many different books, looking for colorful and easy books to share with a 10 month old, I realized there is a lot of artwork that made me feel pretty good about mine….it’s amazing what has been published! Now I’m not saying it’s bad, but it did make me feel good about where I’m heading in my own development of art!

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I also found another book for myself in the adult non-fiction section to help with my self teachings!

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So Now…if your feeling bad about your work or uninspired…go hang out in your local library and spend some time in the Children’s Books! Lots there to lift your spirits and inspire your next projects!

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About myartfuljourneybycarolkutz

Self taught artist and photographer. New to Art Journals, Doodling, Mixed Media and Watercolors. Finding something interesting and or beautiful to photograph always brings me great pleasures! Fighting for my life everyday and battling Metastatic Melanoma since May of 2012.....Art and Photography has brought happiness, joy, color and peace back into my life! Standing Strong with the help of friends, family and God! I will live and not die, I am Blessed and not cursed, I am a victor not a victim.
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6 Responses to Second Guessing Your Art?

  1. Art comes in many forms. When you find something you like and you are good at, it can be fun and give you a chance to unwind. Your art work Carol Kutz is very pretty, and creative. I enjoy seeing it on facebook.

  2. there are some shocking illustrations out there… but then it is so fabulous when you find one that is beautifully illustrated… our favourite was called Luke’s Way of Looking and was a favourite for many years… but for really little ones they are usually pretty ordinary which is a shame… you would make a beautiful children’s book I think

  3. Dee Zagari says:

    You have talent, and it is nice that you share it with all of us.
    You make people want to create.

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