The Art Witch Blog
I’m a mythical artist, photographer, designer, intuitive and all-around creative based in the Norwegian mountains and this is my blog.
This is where I share my creative expression and do my best to inspire, empower, share tips and information, and give the occasional kick in the butt so you can have a more fulfilling life. You’ll also find a lot of art, some behind the scenes and works in progress, as well as some strong opinions, and a swear word or two. If you enjoy the posts, please share them.
– Kim Nance
I decided to the #WorldWatercolorMonth to get back into art after a fairly long drought (due to low energy, corona etc) and to get some ideas down
After a very long and painful winter and then the pandemic, I finally got to paint again
Creativity is a blessing and a curse. If you feel inspired, there’s no task you cannot complete. But if you run out of creative ideas, your work may as well become painful and mind-boggling.
Why do you need it? Even the simplest self-care rituals can really make a positive change in your life.
Even though the weather might suck where you are (it does here) and we have a pandemic raging through the world, I wish all Norwegians at home and abroad a lovely 17. mai 🙂
In this article, you will discover some great ways to become more creative through nature.
You are a unique individual. There will never be anyone in the world like you. How does that make you feel? You don’t have to copy what other people are doing. The world needs people who embrace their creativity.
To test what works best for me (and what looks best), I’m making three different versions of a unicorn painting in watercolor.
If you’ve noticed that I’ve been less consistent with my videos lately, this video will explain why
Have a wonderful Winter Solstice. No matter how, when, where or if you celebrate it
For this art challenge, I’m going to try the emoji challenge. Most people who do this create characters but I’ll be creating a still life drawing. Why not join me 🙂
Today, I’m doing an experiment using watercolor and ink together in a wet-in-wet painting. Just to see how they behave together.