Roxanne Coble: Welcoming Fear with Open, Shaky Arms
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Dear Wonderful, Creative You:
Can you tell I’m super excited to share this post with you? I always say I’m more excited about my current post than ever before, I know. But even though I say this every time, it’s true. Isn’t that the way it should be? Shouldn’t you be in love with each new creation you bring to life? Isn’t that a great way to honor the creative energy flowing through you?
This blog is the coolest outlet for me. I get to inspire and empower other artists to make art, learn new creative skills, and share other artist’s insights about art making – and it’s my job. It’s pretty cool, right? Well today, I’m brining you a wonderfully inspiring interview with Roxanne Coble of http://bybun.com.
I’m not exactly sure when I became aware of Roxanne Coble and her amazing art, because the minute I did, it felt so familiar, like I’d known it all along. (You’ll see I referenced her in my post on artists who inspire me last year.) I think it’s Roxanne’s authentic, emotionally-open style that breeds that sense of familiarity. Invite you to listen in on our conversation about art, having the courage to create and express, and how she uses art to manage fear.
(If the Soundcloud app pops up asking you to download, you can just “X” out of it and continue playing the podcast here.)
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Let’s Make Some Art!
If you enjoyed my conversation with Roxanne, you will definitely enjoy her April Art Challenge, which you can find here @ByBun on Instagram. You’ll also find Roxanne’s new class, Creatures, and it will not disappoint!
Online Art Classes
You can find my art journaling classes and connect with me about how to bypass your art fears as well. Isn’t Roxanne amazing? Drop into the comments and tell us how you liked episode #2 of the You Are An Artist Podcast.
[bctt tweet=”So many people get in their own head. Get out man. Just make art. – @bybun”]
I hope you enjoyed our chat as much as we did. Painty hugs to you.
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