As an artist, creating a sense of internal and external space is crucial for fostering creativity. One practical tip to do is to eliminate paintings that irritate you. By eliminating artworks that no longer resonate with you or evoke negative emotions, you can create more space for new ideas and inspiration to flow. This act of clearing up the physical space has a direct impact on your mental and emotional state, resulting in a happier and more positive outlook. It allows you to let go of any artistic baggage and opens up the possibility for fresh perspectives and creative exploration.
When I let go of a piece that was in my space daily, I felt freer. Such a liberating feeling led to greater freedom in creative expression. Instead of focusing on what wasn't working, I made room for new, innovative ideas. Removing the parts that don't align with your current artistic vision or style creates room for growth and experimentation. The more space you free up, whether physically or mentally, the more you allow yourself to think outside the box and explore new artistic territories. This new feeling of freedom can lead to breakthroughs, as the limitations of past works no longer confine you and you can fully immerse yourself in the present artistic journey. By clearing the clutter and surrounding yourself with artwork that inspires and energizes you, you create an environment that supports and nurtures your creative process.
My name is Annica Johansson and I am an Art Life Coach, Certified Sound Healer and Artist. I am writing about personal development, daily musings, spirituality and depicting mother nature's amazing beauty. Welcome!