Category: starving artist

Acrylic Alchemist Artist – Michael Carini — Dusty Dawn Arts:

This is the most in depth podcast I have done as a guest and we talk about a lot of interesting things…some of which I have never addressed before. Please check it out, give it a listen, and share.

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Michael Carini | LEARN MORE

Leaving my job this past year, I now live the life of a starving artist. Was it worth it? 100% Some days I don’t know if I’m going to make it or where my next meal will come from, but I far prefer that over the spiritually and emotionally lost feeling I had living a life not meant for me where I felt like I was slowly and painfully losing my soul more and more each day. The road meant for you will not likely be easy and it is up to you if you will choose that difficult but necessary road to become who you are capable of becoming. Follow your calling, not the crowd. You will lose yourself in the crowd. You will find yourself in the calling. When you follow your calling, even on the days you’re not sure you’re going to make it, you still have this small sense of peace because you know you are moving towards that energy and you can only do what you can do. I’m still learning what I can do on this journey. 

All of the work that I create is available and you make what I do possible. If there is anything that you are interested in, please message me and I will do my best to work with you on the terms so it is mutually beneficial. It may be more possible than you think and you never know unless you ask. I believe in balanced reciprocity and it has never been about money for me.  I can tell you that every bit of support gets me to the next day, puts paint on my palette, and puts food on my table. I couldn’t do this without you. Thank you for the love, the support, and the shares.

And she starves herself to death as a well-fed world incessantly demands more and more from her plate.