I love to speak on perfectionism. To discounts its impact on us, in church culture, outside of the church and even alone looking at ourselves in the mirror. I have of concept of “perfect as is” I’ve been delving into this past year.
I’m a full time artist and entrepreneur at WYNN modern art.
I was a pencil portrait ✍?artist spending 6 hours on one eyeball and am now a free flowing LUXE Fluid Artist. I had to step away from a lot of things to get to where I’m at now. A church community (of which I’m back after a decade), a marriage where I was told I needed to be perfect – and I believed him – and to be accountable… my own self limiting thoughts I picked up from growing up in LA where everyone is drop dead gorgeous.
Now I’m a messy pony tailed entrepreneurial artist simply ok with this “not so perfect” but lovable package called me.
Developing my LUXE Online Courses has been incredibly healing for me! I call myself a “recovering perfectionist”. I still have an eye for detail but I do NOT let fear stop me. Fear of failure, fear of mistakes, fear of “imperfection”
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A few years back I was writing for a women’s empowerment magazine and on one special month I was invited to be on the cover. I remember it was 25 degrees out and I was saying to myself “Come on Vic, be tough! Tap into your inner model!” The photographer was in a full length wool coat, scarf, beanie and boots lol
I’d love to do another cover, but this time, covered in paint, maybe a messy pony tail and me laughing my a%# off because I’ve found so much inner peace and laughter in 2019
If you’re curious, here’s the actual article I wrote!