Join the workshop list. Be a part of a select group of artists who are serious about growth.
Should you join this list?
Yes, if you are an artist who dreams of being stable in your painting practice, and producing better work that you are happy with.
Since I started the Savvy Painter podcast, I’ve been asking listeners like you what your biggest struggles are. Here are some common challenges:
Focus: “I struggle with not having enough time to do everything and be everywhere at once! I know that isn’t a reasonable answer, but there are so many shows, competitions, and residencies that to sort through which ones are the best for career advancement is a career in and of itself!”
Community: “I’m really feeling the pressure to get some work done. I feel alone in it all sometimes. I want to connect with other artists who understand what I’m going through.”
Not Good Enough: Oh, this is a big one. So many of us focus on our “inadequacies” and fail to notice our strengths.
What can you expect?
When you sign up, you get downloadable case studies – hear from artists who have worked with me to push through these specific challenges.But more importantly- you get exclusive invites to upcoming workshops. Most of the time when I launch a new program, it sells out before I ever announce it publicly.
Past workshops include:
• How to Develop a Relationship With the Right Gallery.
• Mindset Mastery
• First Things First- Master Your Goals, Master Your Studio.
• Savvy Painter Growth Studio.
Want to know what it’s like working with me?
If you’ve been listening to the podcast, you have an idea what I’m like, but it always helps to hear directly from people who have worked with me:
Antrese brought a unique level of insight and genuine caring to each participant, which I so much appreciated. She made everyone feel comfortable and supported, like a dear friend, but also knew when to break out some tough love, like a compassionate mentor that really cares about your evolution. I also really appreciated how Antrese shared details of her own studio practice, rituals, and challenges that she faced and overcame. Seeing these examples in action (like the index card idea) really helped me to understand the new tools she was presenting.” ~Laura W.
Working with Antrese is working with a good friend. The experience is positive, fun, informative and always sprinkled with laughter.” ~Bitsy B.