Learn the 3 Secrets to
CREATING 
ABSTRACT PAINTINGS YOU LOVE
“In the middle of the road of my life
I awoke in a dark wood 
Where the true way 
Was wholly lost.” 
Do you ever feel that way?
Dante Alighieri wrote those words over 600 years ago, yet they could 
have been written today by painters like you and me.
I remember as a child, I would sit in front of two Rembrandt reproductions that hung in the living room of my childhood home in Arkansas. For hours, I’d get lost looking at them: Young Woman with a Broom and The Man with the Golden Helmet.
As I looked into the sitters’ eyes, I imagined their personalities. What would they say if they stepped out of the paintings and sat down on the floor next to me? What were they like? I imagined playing with them and listening to them tell me stories about their lives.
I dreamt of being an artist for as long as I can remember.
But the swirl of life’s currents swept me away from that dream. I explored drama, debate, writing, biology, and chemistry. I became a psychiatrist. But then one day, that long-ago fascination with art resurfaced out of the depths.
At 36, I was brought to tears when I finally saw original Rembrandt drawings while on a painting trip in southern France. They were so alive, the people in those renderings reaching out to me across the gulf of the past.
That aliveness is what I’ve always loved about painting — yet it can get lost along the way.
So many painters are filled with self-doubt. They question their talent. Creation becomes an arduous, painful task. They retreat into technique, hoping to find that one last, secret method that will finally make them “great.” 
They get their work critiqued...until they can no longer paint without a voice in their heads picking apart everything they do.
They compare themselves to other painters, and always seem to find themselves coming up short.
Along the way, their work becomes “dry.” Dead. Like a butterfly pinned to a board. Beautiful — but lifeless.
Do you ever feel that way about your work?
It’s a terrible place to be. To love something — painting — but to find it so painful. To feel lost, wanting to express yourself but not knowing how. To feel like nothing you create is really you.
You yearn for something more. To create. To feel alive.
At 36, I was brought to tears when I finally saw original Rembrandt drawings while on a painting trip in southern France. They were so alive, the people in those renderings reaching out to me across the gulf of the past.
That aliveness is what I’ve always loved about painting — yet it can get lost along the way.
So many painters are filled with self-doubt. They question their talent. Creation becomes an arduous, painful task. They retreat into technique, hoping to find that one last, secret method that will finally make them “great.” 
They get their work critiqued...until they can no longer paint without a voice in their heads picking apart everything they do.
They compare themselves to other painters, and always seem to find themselves coming up short.
Along the way, their work become “dry.” Dead. Like a butterfly pinned to a board. Beautiful — but lifeless.
Do you ever feel that way about your work?
It’s a terrible place to be. To love something — painting — but to find it so painful. To feel lost, wanting to express yourself but not knowing how. To feel like nothing you create is really you.
Let me ask, does any of this sound like you?
1
You want to find yourself and your style, but you don’t believe in yourself enough to do that. When you paint, your inner voice never stops self-critiquing, making it impossible for creativity to flow.
2
When you do paint something that feels right, you end up repeating it until you feel stagnant. How do you find your style without being repetitive?
3
You secretly fear that you’re not a “real” artist. You feel like a fraud, because you didn’t go to art school, you gave up your art a long time ago, or nobody believed in you when you were growing up. You scroll past artists on Instagram and Pinterest and feel like you’re not a “real” artist like them — and you don’t know how to be.
4
You enjoy starting paintings but feel anxious about finishing them.
5
You feel like your paintings lack a certain rawness and aliveness, and you’ve lost interest in your art. And when you lose that, you feel like you’ve lost a part of yourself. You’re afraid you’ll never reach the full expression and potential of who you are with your art.
6
You replicate other artists’ work and never feel like you’re expressing your own vision.
7
Something’s just missing from your art. You wonder if it’s technique, but no matter how much you learn...you’re still never happy with your paintings.
If any of this resonates with you, then you may be experiencing one of these three common problems:
1
You’re laboring under what I call the “tyranny of technique.” Maybe if you get the technique “perfect,” you’ll finally be happy with your paintings, but that day never comes.
2
You look to others to validate your work: friends, family, other artists, teachers, participants in critiques. When someone reacts with anything less than total praise, you feel destroyed. But when you’re praised, you don’t believe it.
3
You haven’t done the inner work. Artists’ statements, getting in the right galleries, attending the right MFA programs, getting the right residencies...none of that is what art is really about. Art is about self-expression. If you haven’t connected your work with yourself — your inner landscape — your painting will never be alive.
What’s missing in all of these problems is you. Your soul and aliveness coming through in your art.
I would know, because I used to be the same way.
For years, I painted figures and landscapes that were beautiful, technically excellent, and got into solo shows and galleries...but they were predictable. I became bored and uninspired. I never surprised myself.
I wanted wonder and joy. I wanted magic! I wanted to fall in love with painting again.
So I did.
I started experimenting, exploring, and risking. I learned to trust myself. I painted like I was on fire!
The work poured out of me — I moved from force into flow.
I learned that I had to be willing to answer the call to step into the unknown, no matter how scary that might be. I left the dark wood and stepped into the sunlit clearing of my true self, my creativity. 
You can do that, too.
Imagine Being Excited to Paint Again!
Imagine waking up every day and feeling excited to show up to the studio and explore and experiment.
Every time you pick up the brush, you hear an internal voice that says: "I can do this, I will do this." Hours go by as the work pours out of you. You feel like a child again — before the doubting voices and criticism got to you.
You create paintings that surprise and delight you. You’re free of self-judgement and the constant questioning of “am I good enough?” You say “yes” to taking the plunge into facing your fears and creating fully.
And as you experiment, you develop your own voice, signature, and lexicon — your own unique, personal, gestural expression. You believe in and trust yourself as an artist.
Every day, when you step back from the easel and look at the day’s work, you feel thrilled. This. Is. It. You. The deepest, most meaningful, and full expression of you.
You even revel in the “ugly” paintings, because it’s all part of stepping into the not knowing: the terra incognita of your creativity and flow.
That’s where the magic is: the unknown. 
How Do You Get Unstuck, So You Can Create Art with Confidence?
The problem is it’s so hard to get to the magic and flow.
And the reason is that so many artists are consumed by the belief that if they just learn more and more technique, they’ll be a great artist. But you know what? Technique is important...but it won’t make you a great artist.
In fact, if you get too wrapped up in technique, you can find yourself getting further and further away from your fullest, deepest, most authentic expression.
The issue is that when you decide you want to invest in yourself as a painter, many of the books and courses out there focus on technique and giving you critiques. And that’s fine, to a point. But once you have the essentials mastered, getting critiqued can actually dampen your creativity. You end up with an inner voice providing running commentary with your every brushstroke. 
You make yourself small, so you can fit into the narrow confines of how you’re “supposed” to paint.
Artists grip onto technique because of the deep-seated fear that they don’t really know what they’re doing. That they’re not enough.
But the truth is this: if you’re not happy with your painting, no one can “fix” it for you with a single solution or recipe they give you.
They can only guide you by asking questions and leading you to yourself: to that inner landscape that you want to express. Because deep down, you already know the “answer.” It only has to be revealed.
That’s what I help painters do: reveal the true self inside, so you can express that self on canvas.
Once you do that, you begin to trust yourself, which allows you to experiment and create freely, to get that “magic” you’ve been searching for, for so long.
Hi, My Name Is
DR. NANCY HILLIS
I’ve been an artist and existential psychiatrist for over 20 years and I'm passionate about creativity, aliveness, and meaning.
I've been an abstract painter for years. Several years ago I created a television program "Creativity & Consciousness," where I interviewed artists on their creative process. As I did, I learned that artists in every genre grapple with fear and self-doubt and that the interior landscape affects everything!
I believe that abstract painting is a powerful way of getting at meaning and that art is a mirror that reflects our lives…the canvas reflects back our feelings, moods, interior states, and life.
I've guided thousands of artists in creating their deepest, most alive and meaningful work, and I would love to be your guide, too!
Introducing the Artist’s Journey:
3 Secrets 
of the Masters
I’ve created a step-by-step online course where I’ll guide you to believing and trusting in yourself, so you can create art with confidence, deeply explore and experiment, and embrace the unknown. Because the unknown is where the discoveries are made and where the magic is.
If you feel lost in that dark wood, you need a guide to show you the way out. Others have been that guide for me in the past, and now I’d like to be that guide for you.
On our journey together, I’ll teach you the three secrets of the masters. The first is the “Holy Grail” of painting: the self-transformation of trusting yourself and painting every day. Once you trust yourself, you’ll be free to experiment, explore, and truly express yourself. You won’t feel bound by what you’ve created in the past or by what other people are doing.
The second two secrets are two game-changing technical concepts: composition and value. I’ve simplified these concepts down to the 90% of what is most effective in your painting, so you can stop worrying about technique and start focusing on expression.
I’ve taken years of study in both psychiatry and painting and honed that all down into the few essential things that will take your artwork forward and let you experience joy in creation again. 
By the end of this course, you will know that you are an artist, and you’ll have the life of your dreams. A life of joy, self-expression, and finally reaching your full potential as an artist.
Everything You’ll Learn to Start Creating Abstract Paintings You Love
The Artist’s Journey is a four-week online course. 
In it, you’ll learn:
  •  The one inner transformation that makes all the difference on your artist’s journey. Master this, and your procrastination and fear around painting will disappear.
  •  The secret "Holy Grail" of prolific, successful artists who appear in galleries (it’s a triple threat).
  •  Many ways of starting your abstract paintings, so you never spend hours staring at a blank canvas in frustration again.
  •  One simple compositional constraint that works every time. Use this when you’re stuck, and you’ll quickly set the “frame” that frees you to express yourself within it.
  •  A simple way to make your painting feel monumental so you can explore the power of scale in your art.
  •  The value of values in a painting (believe it or not, this can be more important than color and is something all the masters are experts at).
  •  How to use contrast in your paintings, so you create visual excitement, interest, and drama.
  •  How to quickly fix common compositional problems, so each painting just “works” as a unified whole.
  •  Considerations on finishing paintings, so you don’t get stuck in “what now?” mode and can quickly decide when a painting is done.
  •  And much, much more!
The Artist’s Journey is a four-week online course. In it, you’ll learn:
  •  The one inner transformation that makes all the difference on your artist’s journey. Master this, and your procrastination and fear around painting will disappear.
  •  The secret "Holy Grail" of prolific, successful artists who appear in galleries (it’s a triple threat).
  •  Many ways of starting your abstract paintings, so you never spend hours staring at a blank canvas in frustration again.
  •  One simple compositional constraint that works every time. Use this when you’re stuck, and you’ll quickly set the “frame” that frees you to express yourself within it.
  •  A simple way to make your painting feel monumental so you can explore the power of scale in your art.
  •  The value of values in a painting (believe it or not, this can be more important than color and is something all the masters are experts at).
  •  How to use contrast in your paintings, so you create visual excitement, interest, and drama.
  •  How to quickly fix common compositional problems, so each painting just “works” as a unified whole.
  •  Considerations on finishing paintings, so you don’t get stuck in “what now?” mode and can quickly decide when a painting is done.
  •  And much, much more!
How the Artist's Journey Works
The Artist’s Journey has five modules, and each week, you’ll receive an email guiding you to the new module. 
You'll receive a “Focus Message” at the beginning describing what you'll explore, what you'll do, and what you'll 
complete in that module.
Each module includes a Reflection Exercise, a Slideshow Masterclass, How To Videos demonstrating the 
concepts explored, and 2-7 painting exercises (except for Module 5, which is a wrap-up).
Focus Messages
Reflection Exercises
Slideshow Master Classes
How-to Videos
Painting Exercises
Here’s what you’ll learn in each of the modules:
Module 1: Answering The Call Of Your Yearning To Create
In Module 1, you'll explore and reflect on your Big “Why” for creating, and you’ll complete the Artist's Journey Workbook, which will help you delve into your internal landscape. My decades in practice as an existential psychiatrist inform this work, which will help you truly express yourself in your art.
In Module 1, you'll receive:
  •  A Welcome Packet showing you how to navigate the course material and what to expect.
  •  An invitation to join our private Facebook group, where you can meet other painters on the journey.
  •  The Artist's Journey Workbook download: a PDF full of actionable worksheets that guide you through the the inner psychological journey so essential to accessing self expression.
  •  The Artist's Journey Vision Board download to explore your ongoing intentions, goals, understandings, and insights.
  •  A Material's List PDF download, so you have a list of suggested materials in one, easy-to-reference place.
You'll also experiment and explore:
  •  The Expressive Vocabulary of Mark Making. Learn how to activate the canvas with intuitive, stream-of-consciousness mark making and enjoy the raw, guttural, alive feeling that emerges in your work.
  •  Experimenting With A Grid Understructure. By painting with the seemingly rigid structure of a grid, you’ll learn to bring out the best of your intuition and creativity.
  •  Automatic Drawing — an essential piece of truly expressing yourself in painting, as you’ll learn how to let your subconscious guide your hand.
Module 2: First Secret Of The Masters: Trust Yourself
In Module 2, you’ll learn the first secret of the masters: trusting yourself. This will thread through all your work as an artist and inform your ability to explore and experiment deeply in your art. 
In this module you'll:
  •  Reflect upon your Inner & Outer Provisions in order to cultivate and access your own robust psychological resources essential to creating your deepest art. 
  •  Discover the “Holy Grail” of painting, which will guide you to paintings that will “wow” you. 
  •  Dive deeper into Automatic Drawing and Painting led by your subconscious, so you’re able to express your true self in your work.
  •  Develop a history of surface with Flux, which will help you create paintings full of wonder and surprise.
Module 3: Second Secret Of The Masters: Composition
In Module 3, you’ll discover the second secret of the masters and the first technical game changer: Composition. You’ll learn to simplify composition like the masters and find that composition is intuitive. This will help you create paintings that wow you. 
In this module you'll:
  •  Learn how to simplify composition, discovering that composition is ultimately intuitive, so you can express yourself more authentically. 
  •  Learn through lectures and video demonstrations how to find your way as you paint intuitively (without fear of where you’re going and with total confidence in your ability).
  •  Learn to develop a painting from a Rhythmic “Start” so that you can discover and express your own native, gestural vocabulary.
Module 4: Third Secret Of The Masters: Value
In Module 4, you’ll discover the third secret of the masters: The Value of Value. You’ll learn how value is a game-changer and how to simplify value and create value contrast that will make your paintings “pop” across the room. Value and composition are technical game-changers that will make 90% of the difference in your paintings. 
In this module you'll reflect upon the value of values and learn how to:
  •  Experiment with value patterns as starting experiments for creating powerful, visually compelling paintings. 
  •  Simplify value and learn the common errors regarding value, so you can fix a painting’s values before it’s too late. 
  •  Dive deeper into Automatic Drawing and Painting led by your subconscious, so you’re able to express your true self in your work.
  •  Experiment with creating a four-value/two-color palette that is harmonious. This is a game changer for many artists, because once you master this, your full-color paintings will have an added depth like never before.
Module 5: Further Explorations On Your Artist's Journey
In Module 5, we come full circle back to your big “Why” for creating and further discussing how being an artist is about cultivating your studio practice and continually evolving your work. We explore the importance of tending to your inner landscape of trusting yourself so you can deeply explore and experiment- which is the sine qua non of being an artist
We'll discuss:
  •  Creativity & the unknown: the power of accessing the state of “not knowing” in order to deeply experiment and evolve your art.
  •  The value of “failures” and mistakes, so you can free yourself to explore and experiment without self-judgement or worrying what others will think.
  •  How to answer the question of “where now?”
By the End of the Course, You Will Have Completed 
  •  A personal vision board to explore your ongoing intentions, goals, understandings, and insights. This will help you stay true to yourself as you continue on your journey.
  •  A personal art journal to experiment and take risks in, so you never feel stuck, repetitive, or bored with your art again.
  •  Many painting “starts,” so you have many options to finish after the four weeks are over.
  •  Hundreds of painting “maquettes” (studies/exploratory works) to draw inspiration from in the future.
What Skills Will You Master?
  •  Setting painting goals and intentions and refining them, so you have guideposts to guide your daily practice.
  •  Trusting yourself to find your way as you go, so you can stop worrying and free yourself up to paint intuitively.
  •  Developing a personal vocabulary of mark making and imagery, so you can channel your subconscious onto the canvas with confidence.
  •  Develop your 15 minute daily studio practice, so painting effortlessly becomes part of your everyday life.
  •  Creating many painting “starts,” giving you a cornucopia of options to finish!
  •  Creating visually exciting paintings of high contrast, so your work stands out and grabs people’s attention.
  •  And much, much more!
  •  Setting painting goals and intentions and refining them, so you have guideposts to guide your daily practice.
  •  Trusting yourself to find your way as you go, so you can stop worrying and free yourself up to paint intuitively.
  •  Developing a personal vocabulary of mark making and imagery, so you can channel your subconscious onto the canvas with confidence.
  •  Develop your 15 minute daily studio practice, so painting effortlessly becomes part of your everyday life.
  •  Creating many painting “starts,” giving you a cornucopia of options to finish!
  •  Creating visually exciting paintings of high contrast, so your work stands out and grabs people’s attention.
  •  And much, much more!
Thousands of Painters Have Experienced The Artist’s Journey. 
Here Are Some of Their Results.
Here’s what just a few of my students say about working with me in this course:
“I have a Bachelor of Arts degree, (Beaux Arts de Paris), we were taught art history, painting techniques, observation, etc. etc. but never was the key to true creativity given to us, and it all lies in our attitude, trust, taking risks, experimentations, accepting our errors and dark nights of the soul, which you reveal so well in a clear and comprehensible manner, speaking from the heart!
The Artist’s Journey” after 50 years of painting, was the turning point in my work, I have never felt such enthusiasm with my work.
Thank you Nancy for your truly enlightening words and videos, every artist whether debutante or established should know about your teachings.
Can never thank you enough for all you have done and are still doing.”
-Teresa Pisani
“I have a Bachelor of Arts degree, (Beaux Art de Paris), we were taught art history, painting techniques, observation, etc. etc. but never was the key to true creativity given to us, and it all lies in our attitude, trust, taking risks, experimentations, accepting our errors and dark nights of the soul, which you reveal so well in a clear and comprehensible manner, speaking from the heart!
The Artist’s Journey” after 50 years of painting, was the turning point in my work, I have never felt such enthusiasm with my work. It can be seen on Instagram teresapisani studio.
Thank you Nancy for your truly enlightening words and videos, every artist whether debutante or established should know about your teachings.
Can never thank you enough for all you have done and are still doing.”
-Teresa Pisani
“Nancy’s workshop was phenomenal! I have always had a hard time getting started with a painting project as I would stare at a blank canvas. What will I paint? Will it look like what it should look like? These insecurities often led to passing up on the opportunity to paint for another day. What I’ve learned from Nancy’s workshop is that I don’t need to necessarily know what I want to paint. Simply activating the canvas makes starting much less intimidating. The abstract pieces I created in the workshop will serve as a reminder and inspiration to me that I can paint with confidence.”
-Julie Huang, Palo Alto, California
“Nancy’s workshop was phenomenal! I have always had a hard time getting started with a painting project as I would stare at a blank canvas. What will I paint? Will it look like what it should look like? These insecurities often led to passing up on the opportunity to paint for another day. What I’ve learned from Nancy’s workshop is that I don’t need to necessarily know what I want to paint. Simply activating the canvas makes starting much less intimidating. The abstract pieces I created in the workshop will serve as a reminder and inspiration to me that I can paint with confidence.”
-Julie Huang, Palo Alto, California
"My yearning to create on a deeper level and a desire for understanding the principles of making good art were answered beyond expectation. Nancy gives the gift of soul work with intuitive abstract art, moving through fear and into the present moment with joyful experimentation. I now understand the path to my best work, to be able to paint with an expressive aliveness, and am deeply grateful for Nancy's genuine care and individual attention. The content is presented sincerely and simply, and is deeply motivating." 
-Christine Scurr, Australia
"My yearning to create on a deeper level and a desire for understanding the principles of making good art were answered beyond expectation. Nancy gives the gift of soul work with intuitive abstract art, moving through fear and into the present moment with joyful experimentation. I now understand the path to my best work, to be able to paint with an expressive aliveness, and am deeply grateful for Nancy's genuine care and individual attention. The content is presented sincerely and simply, and is deeply motivating." 
-Christine Scurr, Australia
How to Join Today
This course will take you from stuck, uninspired, and bored with your work to creative and alive as you fully express yourself on the canvas. 
We’ll do it in only four weeks, and the investment is simple and affordable for anyone who wants to transform their art starting now.
Get Started NOW & 
Paint All Year For Only
$697
OR 3 Easy Installments of Only
$247
Even better,
I have four bonuses
exclusively for people who join...
The Artist's Journey Workbook
Vision Board
Facebook Group
30 minute 1:1 call with Nancy, where you can ask me any questions you have about creating abstract art, getting in touch with your inner landscape, stopping procrastination, sticking to your daily practice, or any other questions you have!
Exclusive Upgrade
Do you want to upgrade and 
gain access to my new program?

I'm now offering an exclusive upgrade to the Artist’s Journey. The NEW Artist's Journey Masterclass is an 8-week program with one workshop a week. Each week we will meet live for a video lesson taught by Nancy Hillis that will also be recorded so you can watch it at any time.

If you join now, you will also receive 5 BONUS workshops included towards the end of your Masterclass.
In The Artist’s Journey Masterclass, you’ll get:
1
12 workshops, each consisting of 4 main parts: an art concept, inner and outer explorations, exercises, and a painting demo exploring the concept we're featuring that month. 
2
Art secrets and resources, like how to employ flux on an automatic drawing, which paper to buy, and how to ship a large canvas painting halfway across the country inexpensively. 
3
Mindset training and support, so you grow to believe in yourself and can create your deepest, most meaningful, astonishing, and alive abstract art.
A Sneak Peek:
If you upgrade now, you will receive access to all 12 workshops. We will start on Monday, March 18th, and cover topics including:
Working in a Series
Color Contrast 
The Power of Simplicity & Constraint
Composing Intuitively 
Value of Contrast
And so much more…
You will also receive a bonus ticket to my in-person retreat in California!
Join me in this exclusive, side-by-side three-day salon. 
Explore, relax, and connect with artists. 
[DATE PENDING]
We will be delving into the inner landscape, the psychology, the mindset that affects everything in your art and life. 

This is not a painting workshop per se, but rather a deep dive into the “why” of being an artist. We’ll explore exercises to activate the reaches of your imagination as well as to deepen experimentation in your art.

Bonus: you’ll be guided to work through my yet to be published The Artist’s Journey Self Reflection Journal!
 If you upgrade now, you will receive 
The Artist’s Journey Studio Masterclass for
one payment of
$1,997
or six monthly 
payments of
$388
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I’m confident you’re going to love the material, just like the artists like you in our community. But if you’re not happy for any reason at all, please email my team within 7 days of joining, and we’ll issue you a prompt and courteous refund. No questions asked!
Got a Question?
Here are our most commonly asked questions. If you have any others, feel free to email my team at support@nancyhillis.com, and we’ll respond as soon as possible.
  • How is this course different from other painting courses?
It’s different, because I don’t offer a recipe or formula for you to follow. I don't give you critiques or "painting by committee" type answers because I feel that this approach leads to predictable art that ends up being ultimately unsatisfying and unsustainable. Instead, I join you on the journey you’re already on and guide you to believing in yourself, so you can so you can deeply experiment, evolve your art and experience true self-expression. It's like the difference between giving you a fish versus teaching you how to fish.
Because of my training as a psychiatrist, I’m deeply familiar with the psychology of what holds people back from being their true selves. My focus is on the inner landscape, the inner journey, and the mindset of trusting yourself so you can deeply experiment.
Most workshops and classes don’t address your mindset and if they do, it's mentioned briefly. There's no ongoing support and encouragement to work through inner doubts, fears, and blocks.
This course is for you if you’re creative, willing to take risks in your art, and love self-improvement. This is not for you if you’re looking for a formula or recipe. Each of us is different, and in this course, you’ll learn how to express yourself and find your style — not copy others!
  • How much time does this take? I’m not sure I have enough time.
The course has a lecture (slide talk video) and 3-6 video lessons each week for you to work through and exercises to complete — you can move through them at their own pace. You’ll have one year of access, which is plenty of time to go through the material — multiple times! There’s an introductory video explaining how to navigate the course, and all the videos after that go through the material in easy-to-manage chunks, so you never get overwhelmed.
  • How long do I get access to the course?
After the four weeks are done, you’ll have an additional year of access to the material. If you want a more robust learning experience, I highly recommend The Artist’s Journey Studio Masterclass.
How much time does this take? I’m not sure I have enough time.
If you’re like me and the thousands of painters I’ve worked with, painting is a central part of your identity.
It’s you. 
Which makes it all the more painful when you feel so removed from the process.
Maybe you feel tired of copying others or repeating yourself. Maybe your art feels dead or formulaic or uninspiring to you.
You KNOW you have more inside you, and if you don’t express it, you’ll feel like you cheated yourself out of something important, meaningful, and vital to you. 
You’ll be missing a part of yourself.
If you avoid the call of your art, if you procrastinate, if you feel like you have more inside you but don’t know how to access and express that inner landscape...isn’t it time to fix that now?You’ll be missing a part of yourself.
How much longer are you willing to be cut off from this essential part of who you are?
In just four weeks, you can learn to create abstract paintings you LOVE. Paintings that express your truest, deepest self. You can experience spontaneous, joyous creation free of fear, anxiety, and perfectionism.
You can create art you LOVE again. 
All it takes is deciding that you — and the art inside you — are worth it.
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How much time does this take? I’m not sure I have enough time.
If you’re like me and the thousands of painters I’ve worked with, painting is a central part of your identity.
It’s you. 
Which makes it all the more painful when you feel so removed from the process.
Maybe you feel tired of copying others or repeating yourself. Maybe your art feels dead or formulaic or uninspiring to you.
You KNOW you have more inside you, and if you don’t express it, you’ll feel like you cheated yourself out of something important, meaningful, and vital to you. 
You’ll be missing a part of yourself.
If you avoid the call of your art, if you procrastinate, if you feel like you have more inside you but don’t know how to access and express that inner landscape...isn’t it time to fix that now?You’ll be missing a part of yourself.
How much longer are you willing to be cut off from this essential part of who you are?
In just four weeks, you can learn to create abstract paintings you LOVE. Paintings that express your truest, deepest self. You can experience spontaneous, joyous creation free of fear, anxiety, and perfectionism.
You can create art you LOVE again. 
All it takes is deciding that you — and the art inside you — are worth it.