7 Habits of Deeply Fulfilled Artists


Harold, Ellie

Are you more frustrated that fulfilled in your art-making? Does your creative expression seem blocked? Do you only make art in workshops or classes? Do you want to be something more than a student or dabbler? Does lack of time, space or money prevent you from doing your art? For artists in any media, making art may be the most essential requirement for happiness. Many people, however, do not recognize their interest in art indicates a need to make art. When aesthetic needs are neglected, an artist starves for want of fulfillment. In this passionate and inspiring book, Ellie Harold shows you how to orient your life around your aesthetic needs to satisfy your life’s purpose.


“…determined to continue reading this book because it’s the kind of sustenance that all artists need to persevere in a world that is sometimes precarious, easy to neglect, but worth the effort to maintain and exalt. Thanks to Ellie Harold for this beautifully written work that is also so important and practical.” — reviewed by Jill Badonsky.

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