Friday, August 28, 2020

5 Inspiring Ideas to Start Your Artists Journey


Although you might associate the start of an artist’s journey with young children, it is never too old to become an artist. Creating art has a lot of benefits for your mental wellbeing, whatever your age. To help you to reap these advantages, here are some of the best ways that you can get started and become the artist that you are dreaming of.

·        Try Paint by Numbers Kits

Many beginner artists are fearful of trying new techniques because they worry that they will not be able to create high-quality art. However, you should be able to enjoy art regardless of your talents or expertise. Paint by numbers kits are a great way to learn the basics and to create amazing portraits—whether you are a beginner or an expert. Not only this, but these kits can help to kickstart your creativity and ignite your imagination. At, they offer an assortment of kits, including custom designs that can allow you to paint your family members—or even your beloved pet.

·        Attend a Local Art Class

If you want a more formal route into the artist’s world, you should consider attending a local art class. This is a great opportunity to head back into education and learn everything that you need to know from the ground up. Not only this, but you will be able to get one-to-one advice from a professional, gain experience a variety of mediums, and meet like-minded people. The other artists that you meet at these classes can give you peer feedback and can even inspire you to push yourself and your talents a little bit further.

·        Work With What You Have

Many individuals are deterred from starting their artist’s journey due to concerns about the cost of art and crafting materials. However, as an artist it is possible to work with what you already have. In fact, these limitations can even spur on your creativity. For instance, you could make eco-friendly sculptures and models out of packaging, create papier mâché from old newspapers, or start to draw with any type of pens and pencils that you have in your house.

·        Explore Different Mediums

Not everyone will enjoy creating with every type of medium, and it is important that you are able to find the right one for you. When you are starting out as an artist, it is important to experiment with as many different types of art as possible. This will ensure that you find one that you love. Additionally, you could also consider playing with mixed media, such as creating collages and taking pictures, or even multi-media, which combines traditional, visual art with other artistic mediums, such as performance.

·        Tap into Your Childhood

In order to establish why you want to be an artist and what you enjoy, why not think back to the arts and crafts that you loved when you were a child? Potato- and pebble painting does not only have to be for young children, for instance, and there are many activities that you might have grown out of that can give you inspiration and reignite your passion for the colors, textures, and joy of art.



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