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9 Stages of Creativity: How to Start, Get Unstuck and Finish your Paintings
Pamela’s 9 stages of creativity will help you discover your personal voice, feature what you LOVE, and finish your paintings. She will provide you with exercises to help you become proficient in some of the most important areas of making art.
In this hour long, free workshop, you will learn:
- Learn how your own PROCESS holds the key to eliminating doubt and fear
- Explore the creative process to rediscover the JOY of painting!
- Let your innovation, experimentation and exploration move you OUT of those darn RUTS we all experience while painting!
- Find out the right time, and wrong time, to let your self critic into your studio
- Got a lot of unfinished work or "failed" work? I will show you what I do with those - never throw another painting away!
Registration is free.
Time: 2 p.m ET / 11 a.m PT
Even if you cannot make it live, register anyway and we'll send out a workshop replay. Hope to see you live!
Pamela Caughey grew up in Wisconsin, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from UW-Madison in 1983. After moving with her family to Hamilton, MT in 1986, she began her serious study of art, and in 2010 received her MFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Montana School of Art.
She works in many media, with special interest in cold wax/oil, encaustic, mixed media and acrylic. Her work is in the permanent collection of several museums and public buildings nationally and internationally and her work appears in the newly published book by Rebecca Crowell and Jerry McLaughlin, “Cold Wax Medium: Techniques, Concepts, Conversations”.
After teaching foundations courses at the University of Montana, Bitterroot College, Montana, she is now a full time studio artist and teaches workshops from her Hamilton, Montana studio, within the US and abroad.