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From Art to Empowerment: How Women Can Develop Artistic Voice

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A hands-on workbook for self-discovery through artistic expression.

In this workbook, art educator and mentor Annette Luycx leads women through twelve dimensions of artistic expression from personal narrative to final exhibition. She encourages women to look inward, find inspiration in personal experiences, and generate their own themes, images and symbols, ultimately disco
Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 23rd 2020 by Archway Publishing
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Jan 10, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Art educator and mentor Annette Luycx present a highly practical and effective amalgamation of personal experience, practical workouts, studio process, and art exercises to help women artists-to-be develop an artistic voice through self-discovery.

Drawing on her own teaching workshop, Becoming an Artist: Art as a Process, Luycx introduces guidelines to help discover a personal visual language for artists. In the workshop, the students are encouraged to work on an issue of personal interest and u
Jan 11, 2021 rated it it was amazing
A wonderful way to learn how to make art. Thanks to the author for sharing her considerable knowledge in a book so that more of us can learn from her.
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Before I read this book, I didn't like the idea of making art. I didn't know where or how to start. This book has made art so approachable. It has allowed me to open up to myself and discover unknown depths of my imagination, my thoughts and subconscious connections. Thanks to the guidance in this book, I truly do feel self-empowered through making art!!! I definitely recommend it to any woman (or any person!) who wants to dedicate more time to herself and her spiritual development. ...more
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