In Wisdom Painting, it’s all about allowing the painting process to lead you to where you need to go.
Sometimes that is by expanding and growing. If you find that one sheet of paper feels too small and cramped and the painting feels like it wants to expand, add another sheet of paper and keep painting. Let the painting grow. Perhaps there is a part of you that is growing.
The featured image here, Queen Goddess, did just that. It kept growing. I kept adding sheets of paper. It finally all came together.
Have you had a growing painting experience?
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Did this article help you in any way? How do you experience unique movement? What is your biggest challenge in your painting process?
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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.