taking flight into art, love, and life (the blog)

Sunday, March 15, 2009

pretending until we're not pretending anymore


"you can dare to take that unspoken dream seriously"
i keep jen's trust notes on a little table in our house so i can walk by each day and read a new one. a little bit of magic every day. 

dreams, unspoken or not, are living, breathing, sometimes screaming (or quiet) whispers of our hearts. we've become so good at discrediting them: unpractical. too expensive. too complicated. but what i've learned is that our whole life's potential lies in the spaces between these whispers. if we pay attention to them, perhaps even take that first step and acknowledge them, then we breathe a bit easier knowing we've spoken a truth. out loud. 

i talk a lot about listening to our whispers (our life, really) in chapter one of Taking Flight, but i keep going back to what jen's hope note says: taking them seriously. to me, this means a number of things. it means sharing my dreams/goals/wishes with my friends and family - giving them a starting point. it means writing them down. it also means waking up each morning sometimes pretending i'm already inside the life i've always envisioned. this may sound strange, but when we walk around in the world pretending to be confident and creative and strong, then a funny thing happens. we become confident and creative and strong. i've seen it happen in my own life over and over again. 

another strange thing happens when we make tiny steps toward our dreams. perhaps while pretending to be fearless, we do crazy things like open an etsy shop. create a website. send out emails to editors about possible article ideas. paint big canvas'. perhaps we pretend we're not so shy and ask a local blogger out for lunch. or we submit our poems and essays to our favorite publications just to see what happens (even though we have no idea what we're doing). and then magic happens - somewhere along the line we find ourselves no longer pretending. instead, we are indeed fearless, taking step after step toward our dreams, living the lives we've always imagined, and taking ourselves (and our life's potential) 100% seriously.

i'm curious. what would you most like to pretend to be? it could be anything (fulfilled/sure/carefree/creative/etc). and while you're pretending (until your not pretending anymore), what would you do toward actualizing your whispers/dreams/potential? i'd really love to know :)

more soon including a great giveaway. 

89 comments:

debi @ life in my studio said...

Thanks for the inspiration! I love reading your blog for a good dose of that. I'm going to start pretending!

Soon, Then said...

you are so right (and maybe you are just pretending you have all the answers, but its working :)

kelly lautenbach said...

something to think about on this Sunday afternoon... I was just wondering to myself today "what do I want to be when I grow up?"... :) After all, 41 is pretty young... don't you think?!?!? :)

paperbird said...

So funny, I just asked my husband if he thought it was ridiculous that I am almost 50 ahhhhh!, and I want to paint- not just paint but paint really well.
I need to stop listening to the whispers that tell me that it is ridiculous.

By the way my sweetie said not at all.

Isabella said...

Yes, you are absolutely right, "pretending" feels odd in the beginning, then, an unnoticable change occurs, and the more you "pretend" and the better you are getting in it, the more you enjoy! When I started blogging only a few months ago I couldn't imagine how quickly I would develop... Ok, enough about me ;-) thank you for your awesome and beautiful blog, kelly!

Ali said...

perfect :)

Beverly Ash Gilbert said...

I'm pretending to be an artist and an author and a teacher. 5 years ago I would have laughed at the thought!

J.D. Schwarz said...

Hi Kelly,

I love your perspective on dreams. I posted an entry on my blog not too long ago on the subject. You can read it here if you want to: http://csschwarz.wordpress.com/2008/11/15/dream/

Thanks for being so open and honest and gracious with yourself...

Shari

Christina Tryon said...

I am "pretending" to be an artist. (I also pretend to be an engineer, but that is another story...) I include that I am an artist in descriptions of who I am. I would LOVE to pretend to be "Carefree and Easy-Going" rather than the sort of high strung Type "A" personality that I really am. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts.

K said...

I am pretending that I can paint and maybe someday I will actually realize that if I let go of my fears...I really can! You have been such an inspiration to me and are such a talent...beautiful soul! Thank you!

Lin said...

This is a wonderful idea Kelly. I'm going to start pretending today that I'm an Illustrator!

katie said...

oh kelly, how i wish we could have a whole LUNCHEON with local bloggers. i would be thrilled to meet other artistic bloggers from the area.

joanne said...

i am pretending that accepting and valuing myself aren't dependent on what is generally thought of as "success"... whether it is art, writing or anything other than just being and expressing who i am deeply from my heart...

i love seeing the unfolding of your dreams and their realization... it is so incredibly inspiring...

Poetic Dreams said...

Hi Kelly,
I like this entry. I am pretending to put myself first and be an artist and Poet. I am pretending one day soon my book of poems will be published to help a child abuse fund. Thanks for reminding me it's ok to follow my dreams.
Big Hugs~

Jean said...

So many words and phrases from your blog entry spoke to me: dreams, potential, truth…paying attention to, acknowledging, and especially, “making tiny steps toward our dreams.” And I absolutely love when you said, “perhaps while pretending to be fearless…somewhere along the line we find ourselves no longer pretending.”

Recently, I’ve been in the process of “pretending to be” a successful artist. It’s those tiny steps that have been helping me get closer and closer to making it a reality. Over the last few months I’ve started a blog, and opened an Etsy shop to help reach my goals. The work in my Etsy shop is not up to my (typically, high) standards yet…but if I waited till then, who knows when I would start up a shop! So, for me, it’s tiny baby steps…one by one by one! I keep thinking of the story of the tortoise and the hare…slow and steady wins the race!

Thank you for sharing tales from your own artistic journey in your book!

Alicia said...

a painter/collage artist/PROfessional tinkerer in the craft room (not sure what this is, just that I'd get paid for it)...I've been feeling it, though the thoughts are kept securely tucked inside my head..the first step: DOING that's all I've got for now.

Sammy said...

Kelly Rae, thank you for this reminder. A dream has been ruminating in my heart for the last few weeks and you've reminded me that it's not just a dream. Thank you,

Anonymous said...

I want to be an artist, a writer, a traveller. I have started a blog, and filled out an application to do mission work overseas. Thank you so much for this post. You are incredibly inspirational. Love your blog.

T Marie

Sara Moriarty-delaFuente said...

I am pretending to touch lives (including my own) with my creativity. Pretending my art can put a smile on someone's face, pretending my words can touch someone's heart, pretending my gift in this life is to spread the joys of living creatively.

You are a wonderful example that all this is possible.

I totally want to get my hands on those notes.

FlutterbugArtGirl said...

Thank you for sharing and inspiring me. I'm pretending to be a fiberartist and painter and writer. All in one body: mine. Behind closed doors in the spare room I secretly call my Art Studio, but no ones knows it yet. Or perhaps they do and I just can't say it out loud. Yet...

michelle sylvia said...

Oh My...What a wonderful Post. It dives down into the depths of my soul. Makes me search out what it is I really truly want.

I am pretending to be a Strong Confident Woman with a Big Heart. I am pretending that my Art is accepted and taken to a New Level which would mean that I can do what I love and be able to support the dreams I have for my family and for my soul. I am pretending that my Art and My Spirit touch people in a way that will make them into better Artists and People. I am pretending that my Art will make someone happy and that they will love the piece they purchase just as much as I treasure it while creating it.

Thanks for this post and for sharing your dreams with all of us.

Michelle

Nicole Austin said...

thank you for the encouraging and inspirational words! i am inspired by your story and i have found it easier and easier to take those baby steps toward my dreams! i am pretending to be an artist and teacher and art blogger and suddenly i find that after a year, i have a home studio and i am making art and taking classes and teaching...it's a dream come true! :)

Jane_hates_Dick said...

I'm going to pretend to be a sexy, self-assured, surfer-poet-midwife.

Jen said...

Your art, your words, and your story are such an inspiration. I am "pretending" to be a successful artist/crafter/entrepreuneur. Lately I have been taking small steps towards these dreams and its been thrilling and so fulfilling! I feel I am now starting to live my life, rather than waiting for "the time to be right." Even if it is small steps.

~Barb~ said...

Boy, when you dig deep, Kelly, you really dig in good.

I am already pretending...I'm pretending to be healthy, pretending to be an Art Journaling workshop facilitator. Lots of pretending going on for me...and I'm hoping that my pretending turns into my reality.

Thank you.

Peace & Love,
~Barb~

Victory said...

I'd like to pretend I really don't care what other people think of me.

Connie said...

Your last few posts have been extra, extra yummy delicious!!!

You inspire me and make my heart full of light!! It's so refreshing to connect with others out there that dream in full color!

Peace & Love.

Cassi said...

you're really challenging me; which dreams are truly mine and which did i just make mine because others made them for me?

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Gypsy Alex said...

Oh my dear, Kelly! I'm living by this post! You put it so well! Thank you ~ Hugs & Big Love xo

Kristie Roda said...

I'm glad it happened to read your post today. It is inspiring and reinforcing. Thank you for sharing that!

Samantha said...

I love how you put this in your post. I started "pretending" a few years ago in order to convince myself of what everyone else already perceived about me, so I know it works.

This week I am pretending to be slim & sexy, to see if I can convince myself of it.

Thanks for the inspiration!

Kasey said...

beautiful.
xo

Dawn Hobbs said...

OMG I have been thinking about this all week. I am pretending to be involved in the creative world and pretending that I am living the life I love. Thanks so much for the post and I can not WAIT! to see you at inspired. Dawn H

jenny said...

I love reading your blog (and book) and following your journey. I feel like I'm on the same (or very similar) journey, but you're a few steps ahead. This lets me see that it really is possible and gives me courage to go for it. I want to be an artist. I want to believe that I can be. I do believe it's part of who I am.

Rebecca said...

I love that you mention being "carefree" as a dream. it truly is a dream of mine to be less overcome by the tiny annoyances in life. I wish for nothing else than to laugh them all away and keep my peaceful center. Thanks for the reminder!

cottagewindow said...

Hi Kelly,
Wow! Interesting how the universe works and how things find you at just the right moment in time.

I recently walked away from a 20 year career to "pretend" to be something else, something that brings me joy. I have been contemplating throwing my name in the hat for a design job I saw online recently. I have no formal experience but I know working creatively would be fulfilling.

I've been dragging my feet because of fear of the unknown. Thank you for your inspirational words. It was exactly what I needed to hear today.

Michelle

Geralyn Gray said...

I loved the first time I saw--what would you do if you knew you would not fail? I lost my job in October and have been trying to be realistic and dreamy at the same time. I started a blog---but, it took me until now to really get into a zone and start creating. I do have your book and found it very inspiring. I love how in tune you are with an artist's mind.....Thanks for all of your inspiration and I am off to take flight......Making Marie Antoinette collages is my art of choice these days.

Michelle@Everyday Celebrating said...

how great to read this on a Monday! Thanks for the inspiration!

Jamie said...

You are such an inspiration. Thank you for this! I mentioned you in my blog last nite. I hope it's ok. :)

kbumstead58 said...

Hi Kelly,
I have suffered from anxiety disorder for most of my life and I would love to pretend to be carefree. To be creative without worrying about what other people thought. I have recently been following your blog and I find it very inspirational. Thank you! Today I am going to try pretending!
Karen

Nancy said...

and Jamie's blog post led me here ... *lol*
I've been saying for some time now that I "play" - I play at making jewelry, play at altered art, play at art journaling - all while I've been trying to re/claim a life for me, since my daughter's in college. I much prefer the concept of "pretending" to be/do - it's far more positive, proactive, affirming than "playing". Thanks, Kelly!

Michelle | When I Grow Up said...

When I started a sales job years ago, I had a great manager who had the team meet every morning & set out 5 attributes for the day: confident, cheerful, attentive, positive, etc. It was so hippy-dippy at the time, yet so powerful. By choosing my attribute for that particular day I was able to sculpt my day.

So, what would I most like to pretend to be? Fearless. Focused. Balanced. Reassured. What would you do toward actualizing your whispers/dreams/potential? Brainstorming when I can make time for me and what I could do in that time, and doing it. Breaking down my Big Goals into little ones, and taking them step by step. Working on one task at a time. Visualizing what my life would be like when I become a full-time coach, and bringing up those thoughts when I become doubtful or scared. Growing my Positivity notebook, full of good things that others have said about me.

I'm going to start pretending right now.

Jane S. said...

I'm pretending to be a photographer & it is sort of working. But now I will definitely pretend harder!

Thank you so much for this today!

Bijous Whimsy's Blog said...

You write so beautifully and with such honesty. It's funny to think that a complete stranger, some lovely soul I only know through the web and blogging could very well be a kindred spirit if we were to ever meet...what a wonderfulness your words and posts bring, you bravely write with such open honesty about things and feelings also roaming around in my heart and head...thank you thank you thank you for your awesome blog...as for being braver...my hero is Jane Goodall...I wish I could be stronger in spirit to deal with the monsters of the world and help better protect our furry friends...as far as steps towards more, I don't know, perhaps get abit older and somehow tougher..hmm.....

Kirsten said...

I love the way you express this so clearly...I felt that way the whole time I was reading your book. It's like you know how my brain works, how to talk to me in a way that clicks. Today I will pretend to be creative and confident.

Hailey said...

author/household name/known

Annette Q said...

Wow! what a great post, thank you for sharing your inspiring thoughts.
I definitely have to start pretending a lot more...
I want to pretend to be carefree, to be brave, and to be fearless is definitely a big one for me. I started my blog in January and have been entering creative challenges almost every week which i thoroughly enjoy.
And although I've told my family about my artistic endeavours...I still haven't told my friends. Still feeling like I'm not quite ready and not quite good enough- and I know its very silly of me because I just know they'll be really really supportive.
That'll be my next step in my creative journey- but in baby steps, baby steps...:-)

Teri Leigh said...

Kelly, Your blog spoke to me in a big way. I am on the cusp of something and actually blogged about it last night. Good timing. I will try this pretend thing until it becomes reality. So what if others laugh. I'll never know if I don't try :) I love your heart, thanks for the encouragement.

borcherding said...

Oh dear...what a wonderful post. I am scared to acknowledge my dreams because after all, they are just dreams and how often do dreams come true?? I need to be inspired by your post and I WANT to believe that my dreams could really happen. And the post comes on a day when I am feeling mad and frustrated and ANGRY that I am still here...at a job that is bringing me so much frustration right now...angry that my husband got laid off and now I am STUCK..there is now way I could even TRY my dream because I need to bring home a paycheck. :-( God it's depressing just typing it out. I should be a downer. I should have faith and believe. I WANT to have fait. I want to believe that my dream of quitting this job I've had for 21 years would be a thing of the past and I could do something CREATIVE with myself. I would LOVE to take engagement and Senior pictures because they are my absolutely FAV type of pics to take...I would LOVE to be a kids craft party planner, I would LOVE to create cards and scrapbooks to sell, I would LOVE to address invitations because I really do have nice handwriting, I would LOVE to write a book some day but I have no idea what the topic would be...I would love to ENJOY my creativity each and every day and share it with others....

deann mcdaniel said...

behind these 2 very simple words..."thank you"...know there is a heart full of gratitude for your post today.

you never know where you are going to hear the words that may very well be exactly what you are looking for even if you didn't yet realize it.

your words are exactly what i needed to hear...exactly!

take care,
deann

Pipping said...

I am pretending to be a person who is no longer weighed down by the past, no longer fearful of the future- a person who glows in the present. In this state, I travel anywhere and everywhere, crossing paths with people I would never have imagined to have existed, each meeting reinforcing the present as the best time to be. Each meeting nourishing my hungry spirit.

I am pretending that the labyrinth I am currently in has lessons for me around every turn. The wil-o'- wisp up ahead is actually guiding me out, not leading me astray. This journey is to strenghten me and when I am finally outside, I will be able to use it to pull others to higher ground so that they can in turn, do so for others.

Thank you for creating your blog- it really brightens my day!

Laura said...

I think I'm going to pretend to be good at everything that intrests me from now on. First I've gotta pretend to have it all together with a side of patience. This is a great inspirational post!

justagirl said...

My biggest dream would be to walk up on stage, looking rather stunning and without tripping up, to collect my children's book of the century (or maybe millennium) award. I would love to illustrate, write and design a children's book.

I guess the first step towards actualising this dream would be to get some ideas down on paper instead of floating around in my brain.

Wonderful thought provoking post, thanks so much.

gem said...

kelly rae*
this post rocks my socks ;)
i have been thinking a lot about these things lately - listening to the whispers & "pretending i'm already inside the life i've envisioned..."
my pretending is rooted in relationship/partnership, community, creativity, wellness & home.
xo,
gem

Shawna said...

I have been pretending for a while that I have it all together with my job, my life, my family. Lately I am having more days that pretending comes easier and I start to think I am not pretending after all. Some days I do get it right, have it all together, some days not so much.

Caricature Girl said...

Right now in this moment, I'm pretending that all my commissioned art work is done, that the house is organized and clean, the lunches are made for tomorrow and that all I have to think about is going to Artfest.

Jenn said...

This type of post is exactly the reason you are on my list of "must-read" blogs. I have a long blog list that I follow, but if I'm short on time, my "must-read" list consists of: Kab's Creative Concepts, The Noisy Plume, Moon Katty Studios, Beads by Laura, Glass by Sarah, and, of course, Kelly Rae. I started buying Artful Blogging to begin exposing my creativity to artists in other mediums and I love, love, love the blogs that are the most artful. Yours is most definitely in that category. Fresh inspiration for me at all times.

What do I want to pretend to be? Helping launching artists figure out the web thing, teaching others to appreciate the value of handmade art, and getting my own jewelry and glass out there to appreciative connoisseurs.

I have your book and have savored each chapter.

I'm so glad you listened to your whispers!

leslie said...

this was perfectly said. and the perfect time.
and i bought those cards as soon as i finished your post.

eringoodman said...

i've been pretending to be a successful author for the last five years...and this month i have my first published piece in a book (not MY book - but still very exciting).

i've also been pretending that i live on a farm...and that dream is starting to come true in small ways (yay for chickens!).

each day it feels like i am pretending a little less and living who i am a little more.

love your blog. a friend shared it with me today. so happy to have found you!!

Heidi said...

I'm a SAHM who desperately needs to start contributing *financially* to the household (isn't our economy F*U*N?) but I can't bear the idea of going back to an office. I can't stand the idea of my kids being with someone else, experiencing firsts, with someone else. In college I squashed creative aspirations in favor of a business degree that I thought would net me more money.

So, my greatest wish would be to do something creative that would not only net me some money, but allow me to stay at home *and* feed my creative side that's just dying to get out. But I'm filled with fears - what if no one likes what I do? What if I just *can't* "do"? I feel too old to "start over".

So, I'm taking your advise. I'm going to start pretending that I CAN and "they" WILL. I'm so glad I found your blog. :)

Davielle aka Princess Magpie said...

oh my, Michelle Sylvia said what I wanted to say ... quite perfectly. you'll all have to read through the amazing, open-hearted POSTS on this topic to find it. AND I am pretending to be a fully healthy, slim, sexy 50-yr-old woman DISCOVERING her craft. And MIGRAINE-FREE to boot!

~Valentina~ said...

I *LOVE* this post! I always try to keep in mind: "Fake it till you make it" :) Sooo...I'm trying, playing, pretending, living and believing I'm a fulltime *GREAT* artist.

Rowena said...

I finally just opened my etsy shop, despite feeling like I wasn't ready, and have discovered that I was both ready, and still learning, but that was okay.

If I could pretend something else, it would be that I have a community, a creative community, that I am financially solvent, that I people will pay me for what I have to say, both in classes/workshops and in print.

I would pretend that I am moving along to the next stage of my dream.

Fannie said...

I understand your "live as if" philosophy. I've lived most of my life in this way, and I have experienced the magic that follows over and over again . . . some in small ways--increasing my memory capabilities . . . some in big ways--returning to college as a non-traditional student, teaching, turning our family activities into a family performing group. Your post reminds me of how blessed I truly am. Thank you!

One thing that I would like to pretend to be which may be a little difficult to materialize--I want to pretend to be healthy (I suffer from a chronic lung disease. Although this disease comes with physical limitations, I bask in the many blessings that are magically mine, and I enjoy the moments when I'm well enough to create. They are gifts.

laura said...

i am pretending to be who I want to be. This is just like the therapeutic technique of "acting as if." Perhaps if we start living the role...we will be the role. I want to be thinner...so I eat better. I want to be fit...so I start moving. I want to change...so I start changing!

JuliaRose said...

Hi Kelly,
Thanks...now I think I will decide to pretend to be healthy!...and this will lead to me making healthier choices for myself...and who knows I might forget to be unwell?...wow...what a concept.. you have me really thinking, and hey, I'm a hypnotherapist so it could lead to lots of things changing in myself and for my clients...a Big Hug, for the wonderful woman you are...xxxxx

Sara Ellen said...

Thanks for the inspiration, Kelly! I loved this post and your artwork is gorgeous!

Carie said...

I was lead to this post on Monday from another blog. As soon as I read the quote from the Trust card, something in me stirred. I immediately grabbed my journal and starting answering the question. I then fearlessly & bravely sent out some emails and made a phone call. It is only Wednesday morning and I have all ready gotten myself signed up to have a tent at an Artist's Market this weekend and for the next 4 Saturday's. AND...I just found out this morning I will be having my first gallery showing of my photography in June for 8 weeks! I'm shocked and can't believe it! Amazing how sometimes all it takes is a new encouraging perspective to unlock what's hidden inside. Thank You for your post and thanks to Jen for writing such beautiful words also!!

Shell said...

Reminds me of acting exercise we learned in class. Doing As if... you act as if certain conditions are real then act accordingly. Also a great thing to do in life when your trying to break out of our self-described boxes, as your post so eloquently stated.

Tracy said...

I love your words. I needed to hear them right at this moment. I had started to give up on pretending to be an artist, writer. Your words show that You just got to keep at it & it will happen.
Thanks again!
Tracy

sunny said...

Perfect timing. Thank you for your words and for sharing them!

sunny said...

hmm..I didn't answer your question. This very moment is just right for me to begin pretending I am a polished, creative, strong woman who can create a sanctuary around her at home and at work - of peace, color, warmth, family and friends.

Sandra said...

I am going to pretend that I am confident, that I am well-loved, that I have the kind of community I crave (aware, creative, kind, inspiring), that I am a fabulous parent, a brilliant therapist, an experienced traveller, and that I create paintings and writing of beauty and depth with much joy. whew! I have a lot to do!
love this post - thank you x

The Kramer Angle said...

WOW! I hope you don't mind I linked to this post on my blog. I just think it is so powerful! (And wish I had written it!)

I found the courage to voice my dreams a few months ago and now I'm living that dream. It's amazing!

Thank you for a truly fabulous post. Amazing....

Michelle B said...

Thanks for inspiring me today. I spent some time looking at past blog posts and watching your art work develop. AMAZING! I also orderd your book through Amazon.com and can't wait to get my hands out it. Thanks for sharing all you do!
http://myscrapinworld.wordpress.com
www.famtastic.wordpress.com

Halo Hill said...

Wow. I need to put this entire blog post on a t-shirt and wear it every day. Your work really touches me. Thank you.

Sheila

Stephanie Lee said...

I once heard that "pretending" is actually "PRE Tending"...tending to a vision before it's reality...tending to it so there is space for it in your mind to become reality. Love that. I love pretending. :)
I love your posts, too. :)
oxox

goldenbird said...

I would like to pretend to be a full-time artist and writer. I get kinda choked up just thinking about it.

I recently bought your book Taking Flight and can't tell you how much I love it, especially the part about whispers. Thank you!

e.mel said...

I would pretend to trust - trust myself, the safe people that I love in my life, God and His plan for me. I wouldn't live in fear - I would live in hope.
Thanks for helping me articulate this!

julie haymaker thompson said...

Hi Kelly,I just want to tell You I am very supportive of you poasting reminders of the "O.K.s and Not Ok.s" It is VERY O.k. to protect your hard work and you are also such a sharing giving person and I fabulous teacher. All you give is just a wondeful gift to us all you admire you!!! Hugs Julie

leslie said...

pretending to be a great artist and wonderful mother and wife...oh...if only....

Tatiane Motta said...

Thanks for your words!
Tati from Brazil

Sharyn said...

Thank you for a beautiful, heartfelt post.
Everyday that I leave my house I am pretending to be BRAVE. Some day it won't be pretend anymore.

Tricia Peever said...

Amazing post. I am totally on the same page as you! Thanks for sharing!

mom seeks life said...

This blog has inspired my whole day today and will do for a long while yet. It's got me thinking bigger thoughts...

Anonymous said...

I wondered how I could feel so much in common with someone through their words and art. Then I see your book list and it answered my question. I will get I thought it was just me, as I loved the other three. My fav art is unbroken wings discovered as is that not where we get stuck? Someone or something has convinced us we can not fly. Look forward to your next book.

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Anonymous said...

Nina Meixner of Hinsdale, Illinois is a prime example of a non-credentialed person pretending to be a respected painter. Nina Meixner of Hinsdale, Illinois has a website with some of the most pathetic "paintings" I have ever viewed. All of them look as if they were rendered by grade-school students. She has no innate talent. Her brush strokes are the work of an amateur and there is no depth in any of her paintings. You can go to the website of Nina Meixner of Hinsdale, Illinois for a good laugh, but don't expect quality art.





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