If you’re new to merging your art with intuition versus instructional prompts on what to draw, it can feel daunting at first. However, intuition and reflection are mind muscles that develop with use.
Conceptual prompts open a two-way conversation between your soul and your art.
You can find technical and specific instructional prompts in most prompt books and art instruction anywhere. Conceptual prompts invite you to fling open the door to musings and imaginings, and in so doing, leaves you more open to your intuitive wisdom.
Are Your Struggling with Intuitive Art?
It’s not uncommon for folks used to following specific instructions and object prompts to struggle at first. “Just tell me what to draw.” Yet artists with that mindset, are often those who benefit the most by pushing through to greater discoveries. If that’s you, stick with it and you will surprise yourself.
Intuitive prompts free the mind to create from the inside out.
~LeAura Alderson, cofounder-iCreateDaily.com
Intuitive art is geared to help mine the depths of your unconscious for gems to hold up to the light of your conscious mind. Your creations allow you to polish and facet these gems to reflect back the depth and color of your own thoughts and ponderings