(“Artist” refers to the visual artist, writer, musician, and performer)
You have a strong desire to create art, but you have no formal background in an art form. However, you may have taken a few art or crafts classes. At this point you are not sure what kind of art you would like to make.
• You have an impulse to create something that does not have a tangible purpose.
• You are recalling times in your memory when you made art, wrote, sang, danced, and/or performed. These memories seem important to you.
• You may have resentment that you did not follow this impulse in college
• You want to create something but your skill level is not there yet
• You want to take art more seriously, but don’t know where to start
• Your current career may not fulfill your desire to create
You Think About:
• You wish that you had support earlier in your life to follow art
• You often find yourself wondering what it would be like to be an artist
• You are inspired by looking at beautiful objects, and fantasize about interpreting life through art
• You sometimes feel a block when you start to make something
• You know that making art would make you happier
How You will Benefit from Creativity Coaching:
• Coaching can help you find what art form works best for you.
• Coaching can assist you by giving you validity to make art
• Coaching supports you by tapping into your inspiration
• Coaching can assist by finding ways to develop a skill set for the art you want to make
• Coaching helps you with your inner critic, becoming a creative source
(The benefits listed here reflect a portion of what can occur for someone during coaching. Fill out a questionnaire to see if you're compatible to work with The Imagination CoachTM.)