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Online Art Communities

6:00:00 AM

Sometimes it is nice to have a group of people to share your art with. At our studio we have a monthly Zentangle Club that meets to share and create together.There are also several online art communities that offer people a place to collaborate and share their art. Here are 3 such groups that I follow which I thought you might be interested in as well. These are groups with people of all types who share the common interest in fostering their creativity. Each group has its own flavor so check them out and find one that fits your style!

Creative Self Care Facebook Group

This is a group is run by Amy Maricle of mindfulartstudio.com who I wrote about here. This group is for people who are interested in art for self expression and stress relief. In this group people share their works and can get feedback from others in the group. It is a very supportive group of people and there is a ton of creative inspiration springing from this group. It is a closed group and you must ask to be approved to join.


This is an online art journal club on Facebook, run by Effy Wild. Each week she offers up an art journal prompt. She completes the prompts as well and shares her work with you often sharing her process and techniques. Other members of the group also share their work on the page. This is a closed group as well and you must get approval to join. This group is a great way to set a weekly creative intention for yourself!

This is a weekly challenge brought to you by I am the Diva. The Diva is a Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT) who operates a blog where she discusses her life, her family, and Zentangle! She offers these weekly challenges which are open to all regardless of experience level.  She has children through adults participate in her weekly challenges and all are encouraged to share their original work with out judgement! Check out her website to learn more.

All of these groups are supportive and non-judgmental groups where artists can connect with other artists. All of them have members of varying skill levels and ages which is partly what attracts me to these groups. I am sure there are many other great online supportive art groups out there as well. If you have a group you belong to I encourage you to share the link in the comments below! I love finding new art groups and inspirations!

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