with host artist Miriam Schulman
Today, we’re talking all about art before breakfast. We’ll discuss what that means and how it impacts you, your creativity, and your art.
In this podcast, you will discover…
- Why sketching is better than sudoku or checking instagram
- Why your creativity is not a luxury
- How to host a portrait party
- The Inspired Insiders Club
- Sketchbook Skool
- Urban Sketchers
- “Shut Your Monkey” by Danny Gregory
- “Art Before Breakfast” by Danny Gregory
- “Everyday Matters” by Danny Gregory
- Danny Gregory’s Author Page on Amazon
About Danny Gregory
Danny Gregory has written several internationally best-selling books on art and creativity and is currently writing his thirteenth. He lives in New York City.
Danny is a co-founder of Sketchbook Skool, a production studio that makes films and books and events that shows people how making art can change your life. They have 25 online kourses and 50 teachers and 50,000 students. It’s sort of like art class and self-help combined. They’re kinda like Bob Ross meets Marie Kondo meets Queer Eye. It’s really fun.
Through his books (Shut Your Monkey, Art Before Breakfast, Everyday Matters, An Illustrated Life, The Creative License, etc) and in the several large online communities he oversees, Danny has shown thousands of people how to ignite their inner artists, embrace their creativity and tell the stories of their lives. From Indiana to Indonesia, people who haven’t drawn since grade school have picked up the creative habit and have gone on to publish books of their own and show and sell their artwork.
Danny spent three decades as one of New York’s leading advertising creative directors and has created award-winning, global campaigns for clients like Chase, American Express, IBM, Ford and many others.
About the host, Miriam Schulman
In case we haven’t met yet, I’m a watercolor and mixed media artist. My art has been featured in numerous publications such as Somerset Studio, and I’m the founder of The Inspiration Place where I give my students stepping stones to create beautiful art as well as the emotional support they need to stay inspired. See the art I create at art.SchulmanArt.com or learn how to paint with me at TheInspirationPlace.net
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Listener shout out of the week!
“I am a fledgling artist and I love listening to The Inspiration Place podcast. Miriam has a warm and approachable style and covers a lot of very informative topics, and has interesting guests. Please keep the episodes coming!”
You want to feel absolutely unstoppable in 2020? 🙋 Good.
Here’s what NOT to do:
❌ Start goals & projects that don't align with your life purpose
❌ Keep beating yourself up for past mistakes.
❌ Continue holding on to old emotional baggage (regret, anger, upset, resentments).
💜That's why we spend an entire week decluttering our hearts, minds and physical space during the Painting with Words Course 👉 schulmanart.com/ENROLL
If you want to MOVE FORWARD, you have to let the old baggage GO.
This process is so powerful and it's worked for me and the hundreds of art students who have already taken this class.
Not only do these exercises help you
✔️ EVOLVE into the next best version of yourself-- but you also
✔️ have FUN doing it at the same time
✔️ while learning new art skills. (check, check, check)
But MORE important than the art, is the TRANSFORMATION that this class has helped my students.
During Wednesday night's live training (you can watch the replay here) Carol had this to say about her experience with Painting with Words:
"I had some big health issues a couple years ago. My life was crazy, spiraling out of control, and I was constantly living in fear. I almost backed out of the course but after the first couple of lessons I knew it was going to save me! It gave me a way of working through my fears and attending to the next steps I needed to take. There is no doubt in my mind that you, Miriam, provided just what I needed. You have a place right up there with my doctors and therapists who helped me get through to the other side."~Carol
That's why I say this course is more than just an art class... it takes the self-development to a whole new level-- and if you've tried other forms of self-development and they haven't worked for you, perhaps this is just what your artistic soul is crying out for.
You deserve a FRESH start.
If you've read this far, then you at least owe it to yourself to check it out while enrollment is still open.