Nancy Hillis

Nancy Hillis

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Nancy Hillis, MD is an abstract artist, Stanford educated psychiatrist, speaker and author of the best-selling, award winning self-help books The Artist’s Journey: Bold Strokes To Spark Creativity and The Adjacent Possible. Evolve Your Art. From Blank Canvas To Prolific Artist. Nancy's newest book is The Adjacent Possible: Guidebook & Stories Of Artistic Transformation. To learn more, visit and follow her on Instagram @the.artists.journey BookAuthority named The Artist's Journey as a Top 100 Creativity Book of all time and it won a Silver Medal in the Reader's Favorite International Awards. The Adjacent Possible: Evolve Your Art book is a Book Excellence Award Winner and Gold Medal in the Reader's Favorite International Awards. Nancy guides artists to create their deepest, most authentic art through her signature approach, which combines art and psychiatry. She’s helped thousands of artists transform their work from the inside out, operating from the conviction that artistic creation has as much to do with psychology as it does with paint and canvas. Nancy studied under renowned psychiatrist, Irvin Yalom, MD at Stanford and has been featured in Inc. magazine and The New York Observer. When not painting or teaching, Nancy plays cello, discusses the origins of novelty in the universe with her partner, Stanford trained particle physicist and mathematician, Dr. Bruce Sawhill, or listens to her daughter Kimberly sing Puccini's O Mio Babbino Caro and other operatic arias. She lives in Santa Cruz, California and can be found online at A WORD BY THE AUTHOR If you enjoyed this book, it would be wonderful if you would take a moment to leave a lovely review, as your feedback may help other artists and creatives to trust and believe in themselves in their art. Your support and endorsement of the book is deeply appreciated.
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