E35 :: Ian Fennelly & Why You’re Good Enough to Make Art

E35 :: Ian Fennelly & Why You’re Good Enough to Make Art

A renown artist and teacher, Ian Fennelly is definitely one of the most positive and kind hearted creatives I ever met. He has a contagious can do attitude that, allied with his outstanding teacher skills, motivates anyone to grab a paintbrush and delve into art making.

Join us today as we talk about:

  • Why Ian draws big;
  • How art communities are essential to your artistic growth;
  • Tips on dealing with trolls;
  • Colour and composition as storytelling tools;
  • …and why everyone can (and should) make art!

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      What did you enjoy about today's episode?

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      - Ânia

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      I enjoyed this SO much! I was a primary school teacher for many years, and retired in 2021. Since then I have been learning watercolor painting and sketching. Your interview with Ian was very encouraging. I have to daily remind myself that I don’t have to “measure up” to a certain standard in order to make art. I look forward to being a part of an online community rather than just along the sidelines. Thank you for hosting this interview, and thank you, Ian, for your words of encouragement.

      Karen Tintle-Cook

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