Have you ever thought that if you were a true creative that you would never get stuck?
Have you ever gone to create and can’t believe that nothing is turning out? At all?
Have you ever known you were at a creative crossroads but didn’t know what it could look like to reinvent yourself?
If you can answer yes to any of the above or you just want to get into the head of a creative you will not want to miss our newest podcast episode.
Today I am talking with Kate Thompson and I hope it is pure encouragement for you. I would love to know what YOU do when you get creatively stuck.
Today I am talking with artist and teacher Kate Thompson. We are talking about when life shifts and you need to reinvent yourself. Along the way you also can get stuck within your creativity and steps that Kate has taken to find herself again.
Kate Thompson is a fiber artist working with fabric and fiber to create abstract 3-dimensional forms. She started painting full time in 2009 focusing on portrait/figure work painting in acrylics, watercolors and mixed media. Fractured Angels is the continuous thread throughout her work. Kate’s art parallels her spiritual journey and she identifies with the flawed, cracked and fractured human yearning for peace and fulfillment. The older she gets the stronger she is pulled to explore and express this theme in her work.
You can read more about Kate HERE.
You can also find Kate Thompson on Facebook.
You can read more or register for Kate’s brand new course, Flower Parade, HERE.
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