The fear of making mistakes in artwork is universal. Learn how to lose that fear with The Art of Mistakes!
You’ll love this inspirational art book if:
- You’ve struggled with fear of failure in your artwork
- Mental roadblocks prevent you from finishing–or starting–your artwork
- You want to learn how to turn mistakes into material for even better creations
This new title from Melanie Rothschild will teach artists and creatives of every skill level how to lose the fear of making a mistake. Part creativity book and part instruction, this book will teach you how to use creative step-by-steps as stepping stones, rather than rules set in stone. Learn to break the rules in your art and branch out in creative play and experimentation.
Mistakes often give us ideas we’d never conjure up deliberately. This book will teach you how to not only become comfortable with making mistakes, but how to let those mistakes propel your art toward success! After considering topics like why an art class can be a dangerous place and seeing the creative benefit in the act of play, you will be encouraged to try art-making techniques that encourage finding the benefits of mistakes. You will be given permission to use and find value in cheap materials and learn how to take creative thinking into other parts of your life.
Order your copy today and find:
- 16 painting techniques to encourage creative thinking and experimentation
- Permission to make mistakes as you make art
- Methods to discover how mistakes can serve your art and creativity
This is a must-read for seasoned artists and first-time creators alike. Maybe you have artistic impulses and desires but feel like you aren’t one of the “chosen few” who can make art. Now you can learn ideas and painting techniques that show you a way of creative thinking that turn even your mistakes into beautiful works of art!
About the Author Author
Melanie Rothschild has sold her artwork, much of which was inspired by mistakes, in many stores and galleries throughout the US. She has a Masters of Science in the Study of Creativity and teaches workshops on the subject.