Ever felt that the odds of making art were stacked against you? Busting this myth was what prompted today’s guest Marissa Huber to start a series of interviews with other artists. She wasn’t prepared to sit back and be told there was no longer time in her life to do what was important for her.
Two children later and still with a full time job she has just published ‘The Motherhood of Art’ with Heather Kirtland and we talk about when self-care came into existence, following the natural flow of any creative project and the reality of current situations vs. your dreams.
We also touch on boundaries of sharing online and how collaborations with others can help propel you forward. Whether you are a mother or not there will be ideas here to encourage you. The book is beautiful, but real, and would make an amazing gift for any woman balancing her own creativity along with raising a family. Do take a look …
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