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When Do You Become a Real Artist?

Updated on October 2, 2019
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I attend the University of The Living. All my education comes from first-hand experience's life throws my way.

Art vs Being An Artist

Truly, I believe everyone has an artist nature to them. Because I can not basket weave, it does not mean my talents are limited. When someone can not sketch as the next pencil sketcher, does that mean one is less blessed?

For those that have an eye for art, will find amazing talent in areas I may not. Like my Sister, for instance, who loves Van Gough. I personally find his work to be dark and strange. Nothing worth admiring. So see, no artist is the same. We all have our unique gifts. Rather it be in the eye of the beholder, or the hand of the painter.

This is My Personal Pencil Sketch

Copyright Julie Zebley
Copyright Julie Zebley | Source

Never Doubt A Person Who Creates

How many times have you came across someone who has created something, and you do not understand why their stuff sales, but they are making a fortune? There is some strange art makers out there but have you ever thought the opposite way than this?

If the weird art makers have their strangeness going on and is making a profit on it, how about the persons buying the stuff you are questioning?

Although all of our tastes are different, there are many who think along the same lines as the strange creature. That is how those artists strive. They work on what interests them and then target the audience that borders their likes. Art is amazing like that.


No amount of time can make one artist better than the next due to each of us having a unique amount of time to our own imaginations.

The broken clock sketch belongs to me, as well as all other drawings on this page. They all represent the dedication I place into everything. Including the time taken to create some amazing pieces of work, to even some that are not as detailed. Even within myself, not all pieces I sketch receive the same attention as the last drawing. Now, is when I know nothing in art stays the same. I

Time is of The Matter

Copyright Julie Zebley
Copyright Julie Zebley | Source

Never Alienate From Art

If you enjoy the feeling of creating something with your own hands, you should carry on. There are people out there that are interested in what you are making. Never alienate yourself from the world of art, because "real" artist who do it different than you may not see in your product, what the next person may.


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