The process of finding your creative voice is akin to uncovering your own super power. Your artistic voice is what sets you apart, and, ultimately, what makes your work interesting, distinctive, worthy of discourse, and desired by others. No matter your medium or genre, having your own voice as a creative is the holygrail. And yet, it is a topic we rarely discuss. Join artist and illustrator Lisa Congdon, author of Find Your Artistic Voice: The Essential Guide to Working Your Creative Magic, as she unravels the mysteries and delights of the process of finding your voice, including what it means to have an artistic voice and why having one matters, how to navigate influence in a world where we are constantly taking in other people’s ideas, and practices that can accelerate the process of finding or refining your voice.
About the Author
Lisa Congdon is the author of several books, including A Glorious Freedom; Art, Inc.; Fortune Favors the Brave; and Whatever You Are, Be a Good One. A popular artist and illustrator, she is also an in‐demand speaker whose her video classes have garnered a dedicated following. Congdon lives in Portland, OR.
About Chronicle Books
One of the most admired and respected publishing companies in the United States, Chronicle Books was founded in 1967 and, over the years, has developed a reputation for award‐winning, innovative books and gifts. The company continues to challenge conventional publishing wisdom, setting trends in both subject matter and format, maintaining a list that includes titles in fine art, cookbooks, children’s books, music, and popular culture. Visit Chronicle Books at www.chroniclebooks.com.