Free Your Creativity

by | Mar 26, 2017 | Blog | 4 comments

 

Interview with Nancy Reyner on creativity

This was recorded February 23, 2017, and is part of Julie Merritt’s Mindfully Alive Retreat, an online series of artist interviews about creativity. Nancy explains how all artists have creative blocks, which are a natural part of our process and rhythm. She explains what this means, and offers her five favorite methods to free a creative block when you get one. 45 minute running time.
 

 

Nancy’s top five ways to free creative blocks

These are discussed in more detail in the above video interview, and are also included in her latest book, Create Perfect Paintings.

(1) Reconnect with your inner voice:
(2) Coaching, therapy and some DIY methods to self-therapy
(3) Practice positive thinking
(4) Avoid perfectionism
(5) Know how to take a break – and enjoy it!

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4 Comments

  1. Mina Wagner

    Thank you Nancy I enjoyed your lecture will you have more about the leaf painting The Gold Leaf painting

    Reply
    • Nancy Reyner

      Thank you. I am planning on it, but may be a few months in the making.

  2. Amanda kwarteng Assiako

    Please I want to know the publisher of this book.

    Reply
    • Nancy Reyner

      The publisher is North Light Books.

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Nancy Reyner paints exotic versions of heaven, using gold leaf and other unusual materials. A contemporary abstract painter, she feels art is a rewarding pursuit that adds quality of life. Nancy shares this passion with her students & offers classes, articles, books & videos, encouraging the courageous use of materials and artistic expression.

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