How To Become an Artist in the 2020s.

Welcome to your free course on how to become an artist in 7 steps.

I believe that creative people from all over the world should get the chance to break free from the system, become financial independent and realise their artistic work in complete freedom.

Join the Digital Art Revolution!

Whether you’re a traditional painter, sculptor, actor, musician, dancer, writer or a digital artist;
with the right tools and strategy, you can now easily turn your passion into a successful and fulfilling career.

It's Time to Break Free, It's now or Never.

Join Me On This Exciting Journey To Freedom And Learn How To Become An Artist Without A Day Job.

The journey to artistic liberation is more than a pursuit of creativity;
it’s a quest for autonomy, the ability to craft my narrative without constraints.

How to become an autonomous artist

Becoming an Autonomous Artist: Embracing Unbridled Creativity

The first step towards being a free artist is embracing autonomy. It’s about breaking free from the shackles of external expectations, trends, and opinions. I realized that true artistic freedom comes when I trust my instincts and let my creativity flow, unapologetically and authentically. Becoming an autonomous artist means listening to my inner voice, allowing it to guide the brush strokes or compose the verses, creating art that resonates with my soul and echoes my unique perspective.

Financial Independence: Fueling Artistic Dreams

In the pursuit of freedom, financial independence is a crucial checkpoint. Earning from my art related products isn’t just a means to an end; it’s a key to unlocking doors of opportunity and artistic exploration. My goal is to become an Independent artist by diversifying revenue streams. Be it through selling original pieces, prints, or engaging in commissioned work, I’m paving the way to sustain my passion. No longer bound by the fear of financial instability, I’ve granted myself the luxury of focusing entirely on my craft, allowing my artistic journey to flourish.

Becoming a Creative Digital Nomad: Art Knows No Boundaries

All I need is my iPad and an internet connection, the freedom to create knows no geographical boundaries. The world is my canvas and becoming a creative digital nomad will allow me to paint on it freely. Embracing the digital era has empowered me to be where my muse takes me, connecting with diverse cultures and infusing my art with a rich tapestry of experiences.

Artivism: Painting the World with Purpose

Art has the power to change the world, and embracing artivism has been my way of contributing to a cause greater than myself. Through this project, I’ve tackled social issues, sparked conversations, and championed change. Becoming an artivist has given my art a purpose beyond aesthetics—it’s a tool for activism, a voice for the voiceless, and a catalyst for positive transformation.

How to Become the Artist That You Want to Be.

The journey to becoming a free artist is a tapestry of self-discovery, financial empowerment, global exploration, and impactful change. As I continue to navigate this path, I invite fellow artists to join me in breaking free from the chains that bind creativity. Together, let’s paint a world where every artist is a beacon of freedom, illuminating the way for generations to come.

-Set the right goals to be an artist.

It took me a while to define my goals using the SMART formula. Once I did, I was able to design my projects with diagrams and the business model canvas. 

I made a vision board to help me visualise and I used planning tools to turn ideas into actionable steps.
 Learn how to set goals for becoming an artist.

-Become an artist with the right mindset.

My mindset is of the most importance. I have to be confident and believe I can do it and I must also be curious and willing to learn a craft. 
As an artist, I must have a creative mind and be able to think outside of the box.
I also need to be resilient to be able to cope with the possible setbacks.
Learn how to think like an artist.

-Have an income strategy.

I have to make money to make art. If my day job takes away all available time and energy I will have to change that first, only then can I start freelancing.
I will look for possible funding but for now, I become self employed, building a small creative online business related to my art.
Learn how to make money as an artist.

-Find your art style and vision.

I will look for ways to create more value and price my work accordingly. Now it should be easy to write an artist statement.
It’s also time to create a good looking portfolio to promote myself and look for the communities where I belong.
Learn how to find your art style.

-Promote your artwork.

designed a brand with a name and logo and I built a website for myself and I will be building a couple of niche sites to experiment with e-commerce and affiliate marketing.
I will learn how to create content for promotion on social media and even design an exposition booth.
Learn how to promote your work.

-Make money with your art.

It’s time to start making money by selling art. I could do this trough the traditional outlets like expositions, galleries and shows but thanks to the internet, I can now reach a wider, international audience through online marketplaces. I will explore the possibilities of selling merchandise with print on demand and how to sell my work as digital downloads.
Learn how to monetise your art.

-Improve and become a better artist.

I am setting up systems so I can become as productive as possible and I will get the best tools I can get to improve my art making process.
I will get feedback, learn and practice to improve my skills and grow to become a creative entrepreneur to reach a wider audience.
Learn how to become a better artist.


I’m coming out, letting everybody know that I identify as an artist.
I’m embracing new technology and playing in the digital world.
I use vision books to design and plan my business.
I’m speeding up the process by having mentors.