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- I’ve always had a lot of ideas, but not many have them have stuck. I had dreams of learning Spanish and going somewhere in Latin America to be an advocate for indigenous people. At one point, I wanted to be an architect. I put together a fairly legitimate admission package filled with drawings, designs, and essays. I even made it through a whole term of classes before I called it quits. I was then certain I wanted to be an occupational therapist. I moved halfway across the country and put down a deposit for a graduate program before giving that dream up.
So I often wonder if painting will stick. Part of me worries that this is only temporary, just like everything else I wanted was. But the other part of me know this feels different than everything else has. I think that the fear motivates me. It’s like I’m trying to prove to myself that this time, things will be different.
I don’t know what my life will look like in 10 years but I’d like to think that painting will still a big part of it. When some of my other interests fade away and my goals change, my paintbrushes will remain.
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- Mediator between heaven and earth🙏
@marvel_in_art 🎨🖼Acrylic painting on canvas 32x23"
- 𝗖𝗼𝗻𝘀𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗻𝗰𝘆 | I’ve been talking about this a lot on my blog lately because it’s such a vital piece of marketing your private practice.
Consistency in your website design, branding, messaging, and voice all contribute to how successful your marketing efforts will be.
But just like in the therapy room, it’s not about being somebody else, or doing it perfectly. It’s about showing up, day after day, 𝘢𝘴 𝘺𝘰𝘶𝘳𝘴𝘦𝘭𝘧. By consistently showing up, you’re letting potential clients know that you’ll show up for them too.
If you’re curious how web design and branding supports this idea, head over to my blog and read the latest post: How Design Can Make or Break Your Business, and let me know your thoughts 💭
- Finished my County Collector piece for the Chester County Studio Tour today! I’ve been longing for warm sunshine on my face and sand between my toes. Can you tell? 😜 This piece was done with only 3 colors of alcohol ink and black! Oh, and that dreamy, billowy sunset sky? I achieve that effect with a toothbrush!
- Nick Vivian’s sublime new collection is nearly sold out, so if you’re interested in any of the remaining pieces, you can secure them by purchasing online or by getting in touch with one of our art consultants. Call #Greenwich on 0208 269 0906 or the #WestEnd on 0207 240 2225