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How would you like to more effectively . . .
seek, reach, and achieve
your creative & life goals?
Offering lifeskill & creative arts resources
Focusing on creative arts development & work/life balance
Discovering your possibilities
Strategic business planning with targeted outcomes
Do any of these statements sound familiar to you?
As an aspiring artist, I struggle with discovering my own voice & signature style.
I love to support art and artists but just don’t have the money or time.
As an established artist, I just can’t seem to balance my creative time with the rest of my life.
As an aspiring artist, I run hot and cold with committed motivation to create, particularly when I have bills to pay and children to take care of.
My day job leaves me tired and unfocused for doing my art. The weekends are also filled with home responsibilities that stack up during the week.
How do I decide whether to become a professional artist or stay a passionate hobbyist?
As an established artist, I want to enhance an already successful career but am not certain how to get to the next level.
If your answer is yes to any one of these statements, Sharon’s exceptional expertise and writing offerings will be just what will get you moving further on your creative arts journey.
Whether your passion is the visual arts, performing arts of dance, drama or music, literary arts, graphics or any other form of creative expression, having an advocate along side does wonders for your motivation, commitment, creative possibilities, strategic planning, accountability, and life balance.
“One of my primary educational and vocational skills has been in the Creative Arts & Crafts profession as well as Business Education. I spent twenty years developing media and business skills as a commission artisan/craftswoman. In addition, I advanced these skills as the Program Manager of a highly successful university extracurricular Arts & Crafts Program (UCDavis Craft Center). Clients who wish to start an enjoyable yet serious hobby, an arts/crafts business, or establish a successful arts/crafts recreation program at your school or university, my coaching and consulting services would be a valuable asset on the journey.
I believe within each person is a unique capacity for creativity. Whether you choose music, the performing arts, or visual arts and crafts, creativity is a God-given human potential. This innate creativity has been a source of pleasure, passion, and comfort throughout human history.
From finger painting to fine art, creative expression should have a prominent place for every child and every adult throughout life. For centuries, creative expression has also been a vital healing tool in mental and physical therapy for the healthcare profession. Many of the arts and crafts have found their way into the hearts and lives of each person at some time in their life. Throughout the years as a commissioned artisan/craftswoman, my joy and passion for the paint brush, pastel, ceramics, jewelry making, and weaving remain with me today. Those creative years have enhanced my own productivity, purpose, connection, and balance in both my professional and personal life.”
Whether your desire is to see your work in some famous gallery, perform with the Metropolitan Symphony, or just want to try your hand at starting a more serious hobby, how would you like to have a creative artist, speaker, and writer share in the adventure? Do you have a passion to not only view the creative genius of some artisan but also wonder if you too could actually create something uniquely yours?
Contact Sharon Today to share her experiences and
resources as writer & weaver.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
“If we allow our ‘high creativity’ to remain alive, we will never be bored. We can pray, standing in line at the supermarket. Or we can be lost in awe at all the people around us, their lives full of glory and tragedy, and suddenly we will have the beginnings of a painting, a story, a song.”
Walking on Water by Madeleine L’Engle