Resources to help you learn and grow your art practice

Resources

I grew up among stacks of books. My love of books began as a love of holding objects of beauty in my hands and has grown into an appreciation of successive thought—a curated grouping of words that form a story or a dialog, one where there is a clear beginning, middle and end.

For all of these reasons I have been working to compile a library for you— one that is full of books that have grown my love of learning, my love of art, nature, business, and self reflection. I’d love to know if this list prompted you to pick up one of these books and what you thought.
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recommended reading

Elizabeth Gilbert

David Bayles

Christopher James

Austin Kleon

Mary Oliver

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Delia Owens

Audubon Society

Bowie Style

Uppercase Magazine

Amy Merrick

Julia Cameron

Katherine May

Peter Wohlleben

Mike Michalowicz

Greg McKeown

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Fiona Humberstone

Fiona Humberstone

Sara Tasker 

Donald Miller

Michael Hyatt

Arches Hot PressPaper
Stonehenge Paper
Jacquard Cyanotype A+B Solution
Generic Foam Brushes
Redwing Drawing Pencils
Faber-Castell Eraser
Logan Mat Cutter

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