Playing with Heart: The Beauty of Imperfection
The Beauty of Imperfection
Dear Wonderful, Creative You:
In today’s edition of the You Are an Artist Podcast, I’m thrilled to be talking with fiddler, step dancer, singer-songwriter virtuoso: April Verch. We are talking about the beauty of imperfection in creativity and letting your art “hold”difficult feelings. Whatever form of art you practice for creative self-care, I’m hoping her messages about making space for the “scratchiness” in the arts are music to your ears.
Click here to listen to my conversation with April Verch
I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as I did. Click the arrow to listen in.
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There’s so much overlap in the creative process between music, art, dance, writing, acting, or any creative pursuit. I invite you, if you don’t already, to draw inspiration from many types of artists. I can tell you that when you give yourself permission to explore through various forms – it deepens the meaning of your art, and therefore, your enjoyment.
Give yourself permission to experiment: Write your paintings, sing your poems, and dance your drawings. Making art this way is just for you. It’s a personal-creative adventure. Don’t get hung up on what it might look or sound like to someone else. Give yourself permission to dive deep into your own creative well. I promise the journey is worthwhile.
You can check out some more of April’s music and dancing here:
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April with violin: Parker J Pfister