Desire to Inspire: Using Creative Passion to Transform the World

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North Light Books, Dec 2, 2011 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Embody your passion, share your creative gifts, impact the greater good.

In Desire to Inspire, you'll meet a wide range of writers, artists and entrepreneurs, all with a common mission: to make an impact in the world, share her message and encourage others to inspire those around them. You'll get personal insight into the creative passions of artists like Carmen Torbus, Pixie Campbell, Christen Olivarez, Tracey Clark and so many more! 10 chapters address a universal need for artists to have a meaningful impact in the world through the making and sharing of art. Includes inspiring stories and art from 20 high-profile artists and provides examples to get your own ideas stirring. 20 engaging exercises help you discover your own strengths, goals and potential paths to inspire others and make as big an impact as the contributors. 20 inspirational quotes (on two full-color pages, printed on heavier cardstock) to create your Inspiration Deck. Let Desire to Inspire fuel your creative passions and start making a big impact today!

 

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Desire To Inspire: Using Creative Passion To Transform the World

User Review  - Nanette Donohue - Book Verdict

Through interviews and samples of their work, Miller, a mixed-media artist and businesswoman, introduces readers to the artists who inspire her. The book's design reflects Miller's collage-y aesthetic ... Read full review

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chapter three
chapter four
chapter five
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Christine Mason Miller is a mixed-media artist who founded her own stationary company, Swirly, in 1995 and since then has evolved into a line of licensees, freelance clients and retail partners including Target, Andrews McMeel Universal, Borders, Barnes & Noble and Girl Scouts of America. She self-published her own book, Ordinary Sparkling Moments, in 2008 and is a contributing artist in Taking Flight by Kelly Rae Roberts, Art Saves by Jenny Doh and The Artist Unique by Carmen Torbus.

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