“How can I make decisions about my art business when I feel stuck?” – Michelle Beaudrot S2, E5

By Jessica Craddock

Apr 30
Intuitive Art Sales with Jessica Craddock
Intuitive Art Sales with Jessica Craddock
"How can I make decisions about my art business when I feel stuck?" - Michelle Beaudrot S2, E5

EP31: Michelle Boudreaux is a watercolor artist living in Atlanta, Georgia, who paints mostly florals. 

Michelle has always wanted to be a fine artist, but when she shared her dream with others, she was disappointed to find that many of their reactions were discouraging. As a result, she decided to go in another direction, studying graphic design first and later going back to school for interior design. After a few years, she realized she was burning her out because it just wasn’t what she wanted to do. 

About a year ago, Michelle moved from New York to Georgia with the intention of following through with her dream of becoming a fine artist. Knowing that she needed to make money from her art, she decided to move towards surface design and created a brand called February Rose. 

Michelle has lots of ideas about the directions she could take her art, but she is finding the choices to be overwhelming. She is struggling with the feeling that she’s made zero progress towards her dream. Being overwhelmed and not knowing where to focus her energy causes Michelle to shut down and paralyzes her to act. She hopes that sharing where she’s at will help her find the direction she needs to keep her from feeling lost. 

Listen in as I break it down for Michelle and help her learn to take it one step at a time. 

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About the Author

I’m a mentor for intuitive visual artists to sell more work, more consistently, at higher prices — with better work/life balance. Founder @ The Artist Market Co.