Q & A with Antrese – Your questions answered, Ep306

Q & A with Antrese 

Your questions answered!

In this episode, I answer questions about my evolution and growth over the past couple years. I’m back from a lengthy break with fresh perspectives to share.

A few takeaways from this episode:

  • I obtained several advanced coaching certifications and feel they complement my artistic side. My vision for the podcast and community is even stronger now.
  • Progress in art and life is not linear.  I encourage reframing frustrations as opportunities to grow rather than indications of failure.
  • Find balance across periods of your life, not daily. Different priorities may have more focus (and time) during different seasons of your life. It’s supposed to be that way.
  • Time management is a learnable skill. Set boundaries and create small creative spaces amidst obligations.
  • What’s next for Savvy Painter? Going forward, I have 10x more conviction in my vision of supporting artists through this podcast and community. I see frustrations in art and life as invitations to grow so that I can make an even bigger impact. I’m more convinced of that than ever.
  • This is just the beginning.

Got questions for the next Q and A episode? Send me a message on Instagram or shoot me an email – I’d love to hear them!

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  • Thank you so much for your vulnerability. I was blindsided 9 years ago after 32 years of marriage, and the darkness brought the internal work and growth and light. And painting 200 canvases in 3 years was an oasis during that time. So glad you are back. You are much better than most priests. You are a spiritual gift to all who follow you. Thank you so much.

    • That means so much to me Joe. The internal work and growth is hard but so, so worth it. 🙏

  • Antrese that was so very heartwarming ! Thank you for your generous sharing of that beautiful heart and mind of yours ! You were and still are , so instrumental in getting my mindset on the track .
    What an onion-peeling journey it is indeed .
    A very big thank to you .. all that you are ( head , heart and soul)
    You truly are a blessing to so many artists like myself ❤️🙏

    • Thanks so much Mary! All good things to you and yours – keep those paintings coming!

  • It’s so wonderful hearing your podcast again. You are a wonderful human and artist. When I got the email last week I was so excited to hear you return and I enjoyed listening while having breakfast in Thailand. So thank you. Your voice was a familiar one in an unfamiliar place. You go girl. I continue to do art and you have given us so much information in the past podcasts. Good luck on trying to figure out us crazy artists!! We welcome your journey.

    • Thank you so much Sandra! Have a BLAST in Thailand, that sounds amazing! ❤️

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