Book

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“…a great collection of key lessons that will help anyone become more successful in life and their chosen profession.”

“…A definite must-have for any prospective or on-coming art students curious about what to expect, the practical advice provided here ultimately pertains to anyone at any level in a creative career.”

“The wisdom in this book would take art students and new artists years to accumulate…”

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Whether you are a student, professional, or teacher of the arts, this book delivers succinct, practical, and candid advice that addresses both common concerns in the creative path and the real-life challenges an artist faces in the real world.

Breaking down the creative arc into “student,” “professional,” and “teacher” reinforces that we all have something to learn, to create, and to teach. Addressing universal problems, fears, and roadblocks faced by artists, this book offers solutions, hope, and motivation.

Those starting their art career will value the tips and strategies for becoming known (“Be able to sum up your work in a single sentence.”) as well as staying motivated (“Never ever stop making your art.”). Teachers will gain insights from not only my experiences but also the perspectives of my colleagues, mentors, and students. This easy-to-digest volume has advice that can be readily put into practice by anyone.


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  1. I am challenged by the chapter “Find or create a network of artists” and the comment made by a former student who stated she was “starved of creative exchange.” Thank you Ms. Lieu for your insights, honesty and for providing motivation to just get out there.

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