The old adage about keeping it simple is very relevant to your Wisdom Painting success. If you want to get the most out of your painting experience, you will do best if you keep the entire process simple. Let me explain.
When I guide you through the Wisdom Painting process, I keep everything down to the basics.
The materials are very simple and inexpensive: tempera paints, paper, brushes, and water. That’s it. There is a method to my madness.
First of all, think about it. If you went out and bought very expensive art supplies and spent $50-$125 or more, could that possibly stop you before you begin?
Fear of failure, fear of using and possibly ruining your precious materials are some excuses that might leap into your mind. I can safely guess that it would indeed make you think twice before you even got started. You might think to yourself, “What if I mess up, what if it looks ridiculous or ugly, then I have wasted all this money?”
Since the reason to do Wisdom Painting is for self-discovery leading you to personal growth, you cannot be worried about the cost or the outcome. Using simple and inexpensive materials derails some of these issues. There will be enough issues that arise during your painting process, anyway. You need to be free from as many possible constraints as possible to express what needs to be expressed through this painting at this particular point in time. So, why start out pitting yourself against impossible odds?
If you do Wisdom Painting at home keep the materials and the process as simple as possible. If you enlist my help, be assured that I will keep the materials and process simple so you can be free to express yourself.
Contact me for a private or group painting session now via in-person, Skype, or possibly Google Hangouts. I am Your Empowerment Expert creating a safe and sacred space for you to free your creative spirit and coax that muse out of you! Email email@example.com.
Mary Rush Gravelle is the creator of Wisdom Painting. She paints, writes, leads creativity workshops , and resides in Sedona, Arizona with her loyal sidekick Sir Kitty.