Should You Draw Things You Hate?

No! I mean yes! Well, maybe… I dunno.

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3 Hour Workday Challenge: Day 3

So, looks like I’ll be failing this challenge somewhat this week. The art gallery I’m working at is currently setting up the new show so, I have to leave early to go to services beforehand. BUT I still got up at 5 am! So this challenge is a success in my book. Life happens, but…

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Coffee with Art: Red Panda Watercolor

Cute animals are the best!

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Coffee and Art: Quotes and Fear of Failure

Making art can be viewed as a meditation. Today, it’s literally so. In my attempt to get out of art block, I wrote a quote that made me think a little too much as I was drawing.

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Coffee and Art: 6 Drawing Tips for when Time is Limited

For today’s Coffee and Art session, I decided to make a list! It’s important to draw every day, but it’s easy to feel like you never have time to draw. So, whether you slept in a little too late (again) and don’t have a lot of time to draw before you leave, on your 15…

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Coffee and Art: Birds

Topic: Worry gets you Nowhere Okay, so yesterday’s blog post was a bit of a down note, and I think this next little piece is the perfect upbeat note to follow that. First of all, after going through a couple months (yes, months) of… not feeling like Ashley, I’m starting to feel like my old,…

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Evil that Lies Beneath (Self Portrait Project)

I’ve never been scared of spiders. Ever since I was a little girl, spiders meant different to me than what they might have meant to you: cool-looking weavers that made beautiful tapestries in the trees which they used to eradicate the actual bad bugs. Another thing that contributed to this mindset also stemmed from the…

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