So, you came here looking for positive affirmations for artists? Well you came to the right place! This page is filled with plenty of positive affirmations for creative people (and anyone else for that matter).

How to Feel Fulfilled as an Artist

Affirmations are short sayings and bits of wisdom which affirm a positive aspiration. The belief is that by looking at them and reading them over and over (sometimes daily), we can come to absorb them into our belief system (and subconscious) - after a period of time. Of course, purging the negative beliefs is important too - so make sure you take the time to do so. As you rid yourself of those pesky negative beliefs, please replace them with these positive affirmations for artists:

  1. I am an abundant artist.
  2. I have an abundant art career.
  3. I always come up with new ideas easily.
  4. I am worthy and deserving of being a popular artist.
  5. I am not intimidated by success.
  6. I deserve to make lots of money from my art.
  7. With each art sale, selling my artwork becomes easier.
  8. I create art to add positivity to the universe, not take it away.
  9. Creating art is making me a better person.
  10. Creating art is healing my soul.
  11. I can talk easily about my art.
  12. My confidence is getting better the more I speak about art.
  13. Talking about my art comes naturally and flows from me.
  14. People readily understand the message I am trying to convey through my art.
  15. I always welcome criticism and react to it in a positive and non-defensive manner.
  16. I love creating art - and I want to do what I love as much as I can.
  17. Creating art make me happy and optimistic.
  18. I release my negative emotions through my art.
  19. New people are noticing my artworks each and every day.
  20. I am enjoying the process of selling my artwork more with every sale.
  21. I can easily detach from my artwork to sell it, because I realize that there are always newer and better pieces to create.
  22. I easily find good places to promote my art, and don't waste my time with low quality places.
  23. Getting into the zone of art creation comes easily for me.
  24. I always have a clear mind.
  25. I love finding out more about myself through my art.
  26. Creativity flows in every aspect of my life.
  27. I have (or will have) the art studio of my dreams.
  28. I am well organized or have no trouble finding the art materials I need when I want them.
  29. I easily find galleries and/or public spaces who will display my art.
  30. Art galleries sell my artwork with ease.
  31. The art galleries I work with are friendly and helpful.
  32. My drawing skills get better each and every day.
  33. I only buy the art materials I need.
  34. I am not wasteful with art materials.
  35. I care about the planet, and recycle whenever possible.
  36. I adapt to new art mediums easily.
  37. I am becoming less shy every time I talk to someone about my art.
  38. My painting skills get better with every single painting I create. 
  39. My most recent painting or drawing is always my best.
  40. Positive collaborations are common in my art career.
  41. I positively deal with distractions while creating art, and can easily return to creating.
  42. I use my time efficiently.
  43. I always find time for creating art.
  44. I am easily inspired by the world around me.
  45. I am thankful for the gift of free expression.
  46. I am thankful for the artistic gifts I have.
  47. I am thankful for the people who appreciate my art.
  48. I am thankful for constructive criticism, so I can become a better artist.
  49. I am thankful for the people in my life who encourage me.
  50. I am thankful for a space and time to create my art.
  51. I am thankful for this life.
  52. I can make artistic goals easily.
  53. I focus on my most recent piece, not something from the past or future (unless it's a part of a series of artworks of course).
  54. My artwork is easily recognizable by others.
  55. I have a focus or theme in my art.
  56. I have my own art style.
  57. I realize that happiness is more important than fame or wealth.
  58. I am always happy with the art I create.
  59. I am comfortable with setting prices for my art.
  60. I always sell my art for what I think they are worth.
  61. Only worthy causes contact me to donate my art or time.
  62. I can easily afford to buy plenty of high quality art supplies.
  63. I easily find people who can help me promote my art.
  64. Art marketing is not intimidating and comes naturally for me.
  65. I always have a good imagination.
  66. Every day is joyful.
  67. Nature is a constant source of inspiration.
  68. I always surround myself with positive and inspirational people.
  69. I read positive, uplifting books by successful people.
  70. I watch positive, uplifting TV programs and movies often.
  71. I realize that life is what we make it.
  72. I love being outside and in nature.
  73. I enjoy submitting my art to art contests and competitions.
  74. I easily win art competitions.
  75. My creativity always leads me to truth and love.
  76. I can readily quiet my mind to welcome creative thoughts.
  77. I give encouragement to other artists.
  78. I realize that creativity comes in many forms, and one form is no less relevant than another.
  79. A positive attitude breeds success.
  80. I have lots of artist friends and acquaintances.
  81. My free time is filled with positive and inspirational moments.
  82. I find inspiration from my job.
  83. I realize that happiness in my life comes from always finding positivity in adversity.
  84. My life is filled with success.
  85. I am always thankful, even for the little things in my life.
  86. I always believe in myself and my art.
  87. I love learning new art techniques.
  88. Reading and writing positive affirmations will help me achieve my artistic goals.

Daily Affirmations

Remember, these are affirmations, not rules - and some may not even resonate with your own beliefs. So, just skip over or adjust the ones you want. A useful tip is to write them out and post them around your house, in places you frequent.  Examples are your refrigerator and near your bathroom mirror.

What do you think of this list? Please comment below.

Much love and thankfulness to you all for reading and sharing this post!

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  1. I love these and will hang them in my studio! Thank you!

  2. Thanks, Graham, for all the positive vibes you shared with us. Of course, it helps to develop someone's soul but the conflict with the reality sometimes exhausted us and the truth is, at that time, all seem like a joke around me. Nevertheless,I appreciate such way to grow the confidence. Thank you for sharing.

    1. I can relate to you on so many levels. Just know, even if it may feel like it, you are not alone. There are many others going through the same, myself included. This past year has been a real eye-opening experience, and maybe I'll share more about it sometime. Thanks for your comment!

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