Anna Bartlett shares her method for sparking creativity
Not feeling inspired? Feeling stuck? Toowoomba artist Anna Bartlett shares her story of feeling unable to create – and how she found a way to paint again.
About the speaker
Anna Bartlett has always considered herself to be an artist. Even when she was studying Business at university, or working as an Army Officer, she knew. Fast forward 20 years, four children and a LOT of ideas, projects and jobs, she’s exactly where she should be.
Through her online paint-along classes, original art, books and in-person events she helps people discover the joy of painting. And when she’s not sketching or having idea attacks about new classes, you will find her in the kitchen with her kids, walking the studio dog or procrastinating about tidying up the garage (but usually sketching!).
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A muse is really anything that sparks your creativity: it can be a person, a place or an object. — Anna Bartlett
Drawing makes you stop and really see what’s in front of you, and that makes your life infinitely richer in so many ways. — Anna Bartlett