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You can learn a lot from watching how other artists work, especially if they’re working in another medium. Figuring out how you work in similar ways to produce your own authentic works is an exercise in creativity itself. And creativity is like a muscle, the more you work it the stronger it grows.

You’re sure to be inspired by these 6 masters.

Anni Albers

Jean-Michel Basquiat

Helen Frankenthaler

Hannah Hoch

Donald Judd

Jacob Lawrence

 

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You can learn a lot from watching how other artists work, especially if they’re working in another medium. Figuring out how you work in similar ways to produce your own authentic works is an exercise in creativity itself. And creativity is like a muscle, the more you work it the stronger it grows.

You’re sure to be inspired by these 8 masters.

Henri Matisse

Mark Rothko

Francis Bacon

Edvard Munch

Willem de Kooning

Keith Haring

Joan Mitchell

Agnes Martin

 

Plus enjoy 33 Ways To Be More Creative.

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Georgia O’Keeffe

We all learn a lot from each other.

Artsy has featured a number of useful lessons that can be learned from great artists.

Think of this less about learning to be an artist and more about learning to be more creative.

You’re sure to learn something useful in these six posts.

5 Lessons Creatives Can Learn from Andy Goldsworthy

How to Be an Artist, According to Georgia O’Keeffe

How to Be an Artist, According to Louise Bourgeois

How to Be an Artist, According to Wassily Kandinsky

How to Be an Artist, According to Josef Albers

How to Be an Artist, According to Paul Klee

Remember, superstition is optional – but just for fun check out the strange superstitions of great artists.

The Superstitious Rituals of Highly Creative People, from Salvador Dalí to Yoko Ono

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