I remember looking at my painting and wondering what was wrong with my creation. It didn’t seem right, but I couldn’t determine why.

It was like when I had found an inspirational image and tried to replicate what I saw but failed miserably.

I’ve taken courses in drawing, acrylic, life drawing, watercolour, textiles, collage, ceramics – the list goes on. The one thing I have learned over time is that art is a language.

It doesn’t matter how many courses you take; if you don’t learn the fundamental elements that contribute to what art is, you will always struggle.

I’ve learned this is a surprisingly common challenge… 

So common, in fact, that my friend Nicholas Wilton has decided to address it in his upcoming FREE workshop.

Click here to save your seat in the free Art of Your Life Workshop!

Specifically, he will be covering the first 3 (and most important) stages in the Art2Life Process, including



  • Why so many people with lots of education, degrees and experience still struggle to make art they love
  • How to master composition in a way that will quickly elevate your art



  • How to strengthen your discernment — that internal compass — that tells you when to go further, pivot, or pull back with your art
  • How to create a beautiful kind of depth and balance in your art



  • How to add a vibrant new level of dimension AND subtleness to your work with a perspective on color you haven’t heard before!

How to feel more confident in your creative choices — so you can begin making art MORE like YOU.





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Have a great week & take care,

Michelle xo