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How to Discover Your Creative Voice 📰
Struggling artists often wonder where they fit in the huge world of creativity and art. Every new artist tries to figure out where to begin from and aims to define their creative voice. Each one of us lives a different life and feels differently; therefore, our expression of what we feel is unique and exceptional. If you are a new artist struggling to find your creative medium and define your unique and distinctive existence in the world, then here are some useful tips that can help you find your artistic voice and uncover your unique creativity:
The Difficulties Faced by an Artist 📰

No matter what profession you choose, you will face challenges. However, if you choose art as your profession, you are bound to face more challenges.  An artist faces obstacles not just in the form of their work but also from the people around them. 

Successful artists often reach echoing galleries and grand receptions after years of struggle and discouragement. Everyone has a different way of dealing with challenges in life, but since artists are exceptionally sensitive, they usually find it difficult to face these challenges. 

Read through this blog to learn about the challenges that an artist faces and how to deal with them:

How to Choose Art for Your Home Décor 📰

People usually have trouble choosing artwork for their houses as it is a very tough decision. It is important for the house owners to choose the right artwork because it reflects the personality of the homeowner. 

If you are planning to add artwork to your living room or any other space, just remember that there are no hard and fast rules. Choosing artwork for your house should be simple and exciting. You don’t have to add famous artworks like Guernica or The Persistence to your home. You just have to rely on your creativity and intuition. If you are finding it hard to choose the right piece of artwork for your home, follow these tips:
Characteristics of Good Art 📰

Art is a gateway to boundless imagination and creativity. It dates back to the prehistoric period of Stone Age, where cave paintings and ancient scriptures were common. An artist approaches the subject of art and talks about their work in a very different manner as compared to the spectators.