Discovering Purpose and Community in an Artist Mentorship Program: Gabriel Stockton's Transformation
This blog shares the story of a watercolor artist who, after joining the Created to Thrive Artist Mentorship Program, found direction and purpose in their art. Initially, Gabriel enjoyed the fluidity and challenge of watercolor painting but lacked a clear strategy or purpose in his work. The artist mentorship program introduced him to structured goal setting, allowing him to plan and evaluate his progress effectively.
A Transformation Beyond Art
More than just developing art skills, the program led to a significant personal transformation. Gabriel, who is also a father and a husband, realized the importance of community and connection. He embraced the idea of being a mentor to other artists, understanding that art is not just an individual journey but also about building a community and nurturing relationships.
The Power of Community
One of the most impactful aspects of the program was the sense of community it fostered. Gabriel found value in the transparent and supportive interactions within the group. Sharing experiences, challenges, and successes with fellow artists created a nurturing environment that went beyond mere artistic development.
Join the Thriving Community
If you are an artist seeking connection, growth, and a sense of purpose in your work, consider joining the Created to Thrive Artist Mentorship Program. This community offers a space for artists to grow, not just in their craft, but also in their personal and spiritual lives. Visit www.matttommeymentoring.com/artmentor to learn more and become part of this vibrant community.
These case studies are based on the stories of artists who are members of the Created to Thrive Artist Mentoring Program. They have shared their own stories in their own words.