No art is too small. No art is pointless.

Maybe your art is a meal, or a space, or a business, or a silent intention that ushers love and peace out to the world. Maybe your art takes up physical space in this world. Maybe it does not. One is not more real or more important. We need all the art. That’s why we all long to produce our own brand of it.

Art will always find its people. It will land within reach of those who are in need of its unique remedy. So please be generous with your art. Because someone somewhere is waiting to feast on its nourishment.

Lets have it.

Feel like sharing your art with me and my readers? Send me an email at hello@kenziesdesk.com and tell me what you are up to.

Or better yet, Join my Making It So Circle.

Join a group of artists, creative entrepreneurs, empowerment workers, freelancers, mamas + papas, small business owners, side-giggers, writers, and world travelers supporting and inspiring each other through our creative processes.

Once a month you’ll have the non-mandatory opportunity to gather virtually with inspiring and creative people and discuss powerful shit.

You’ll have the opportunity to request free feedback and light editing on writing drafts (business or personal) anytime you want.

*** Note this is the last year that Making It So membership will be Free. Sign up now to be a founder and never have membership dues.

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7 thoughts on “No art is too small. No art is pointless.

  1. This sounds intriguing, Kenzie… I’m sending the request for info, but not ready to say for sure yet about participating

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    1. We meet virtually once a month usually on a Sunday via zoom or google meet. We also have a private google group where we share work and emails. No Facebook. Would love to have you join us. 😁

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