Dealing with Creative Gremlins

Angelique Noll, Writer and Artist

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About This Class

In this class we play with our creative gremlins and get a bit of distance from them, but we also identify our inner creative support/creative spirit. We all have a little voice inside of us that urges us on to create, but we don't often take the time to listen to it. Instead, we give all our attention to the inner critic and allow it to dictate our creative expression. In this class, we take the time to listen to both the critic AND the supporter.

The materials used are simple and were picked especially for their non-threatening nature, so that our inner critic can relax and we can enjoy the process. 

So if your creative expression is held back by a dominating inner critic, then join me here;-) See you inside!

25 of 26 students recommendSee All

I've been wanting to get into Art Journaling for ages but it always seemed so complicated and intimidating. Thanks for this - I'm looking forward to the series. Going to buy an art journal now;-)
Angie, I love your classes! I'm not comfortable with my creative expression, but through the techniques in your classes (this one and the writing ones) I'm getting there! Thank you! I can't wait for the rest of this series.
Nice ideas!

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Angelique Noll

Writer and Artist

Hello, I'm Angie!

I'm a writer and artist currently living in Auckland, New Zealand. I write daily (or almost daily) blog articles on the topic of writing and creativity in general for my website as well as for various other publications as a guest blog writer. You can find my articles in the Writing Cooperative, Tut.com, Thrive Global and others.

I also paint on a daily basis, and work in my creative journal or just simply write with plain ol' words on lined paper - longhand;-)...

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