Growing up in a family of artists and musicians
gave me a head start in the creative world.
My parents were always very supportive, not
only encouraging it, but often creating with me.
Though my creativity might be considered innate,
I was never clear what I should do with it,
often shying away from sharing it with others.
I took standard art classes throughout high school and was always
surprised whenever my work was selected to be displayed in the
office or at art auctions. While teachers would encourage me to
pursue art as a career, I dismissed their recommendations because
of my own insecurities, instead pursuing a career in marketing.
But it wasn’t until our first child was born that I realized what art had
meant to me and how I needed to expose the beauty of art to our children.
Even though I was creating once again,
only a select few were allowed to see my art.
It wasn’t until three years ago that I decided to share my art here
on the blog. It was one of the scariest things I have ever done, yet the
response and generosity I have received has been overwhelming.
Although I seem to be doing a lot of it of late, watercolor has not
always been my medium of choice. In fact, I only purchased my
first professional set of watercolor paints a couple of weeks ago.
I am however falling in love with it more and more each passing day.
I knew I needed to sign up.
The course is being taught by some of the most inspiring ladies I know.
Building a Creatively Made Business 2.0 is full of our experiences in building
Early registration price is $49 and will be $59 effective May 1st.
I hope to see you in class so together we can make our dreams come true.