November 20, 2019 1 min read
People rarely talk about this very real part of learning to paint. We talk about learning the materials and learning the techniques. However, we rarely discuss just how much energy it takes to learn to paint. And that's in large part, as Marla Baggetta explains above because it takes so much energy to paint at all.
So the next time you feel exhausted, give yourself a break. Know that being exhausted isn't some indicator that you're doing it wrong. It's part of the process. And learning how to recharge may be as critical as learning how to keep your brushes in good condition.
How do you deal with painting exhaustion? We’d love to hear your experience below.
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