Abstract artist Amira Rahim is on a mission to make the world a more colorful place. Her work is amazing, and her story is even more amazing. She started claiming her title as professional artist in her mid-20’s and, in this episode, we talk about how she reinvented herself as an artist and the stories she had to rewrite in order to do so.
We also talk about how she embraced the bad paintings she knew she’d have to make as she worked on finding her voice, how her artistic voice is evolving even still, and how she balances creating art with the business of selling art.
There is something for everyone in this episode, whether you’re ready for a reinvention or are trying to figure out how to juggle all the things as you define success for yourself!
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Hello, I’m Tiffany Han—writer, teacher, podcast host, and radical self-belief evangelist. And I want to take you from a life that just looks good on paper to one that lights you up from the inside-out.