Limitation

A friendly reminder to question your limiting beliefs and challenge your inner stories! $25 giclee print available at the Made Vibrant Art Shop.
A friendly reminder to question your limiting beliefs and challenge your inner stories! $25 giclee print available at the Made Vibrant Art Shop.
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Limitation

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A friendly reminder to question your limiting beliefs and challenge your inner stories!

About this print:

  • 9” x 12” fine art giclee print
  • Printed on thick high quality, acid-free archival paper stock with an enhanced matte finish
  • Reproduced from original acrylic painting by Caroline Kelso Winegeart
  • Does not come with frame

All pre-order prints will be packed with LOVE by a member of the Made Vibrant team and shipped within two weeks of your order. (For more info on our shipping policy, click here.) 

US orders will be shipped via USPS First Class Mail for a flat rate of $4. All orders outside the US will be shipped via USPS First Class Mail International for a flat rate of $15. Your print will arrive packaged in a protective cellophane sleeve and rigid stay-flat mailer.

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This piece was created as a part of my 2016 project #AbstractAffirmationsDaily where I share an abstract piece of art with a positive message every day. Here's the story that accompanies this piece, posted on 5/14/2016:

Today I was going back through old newsletters from the early days of Made Vibrant. The coolest part about writing a newsletter every week is that I have this massive stack of diary entries documenting my emotional journey to seeing myself as an entrepreneur and an artist.

In those early days, I couldn’t even write the word “artist” in my social media bio, much less say it out loud to anyone else (or even myself.) I told myself that in order to be an “artist” I had to be formally trained. I had to have gone to art school. I had to use fancy paints. I had to know what the heck I was doing.

I didn’t realize then what I know now: that no one has to give you permission to form your identity. You get to choose the way that you see yourself AND the way that you want to show up in the world. Thankfully I’ve since changed those tapes in my head and I no longer tell myself that I’m not “allowed” to call myself an artist. I create things as an expression of my inner self and so, yes, I’m an artist. So today my question is this: what story are you telling yourself that is holding you back?

What would happen if you rewrote that script? What would happen if you questioned every limitation you thought you had? What kind of truth would you lead yourself to?