Welcome to Artsy Challenge!

“Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises..”

~ Demosthenes

What is Artsy Challenge?

Artsy Challenge is an invite to join in on a fun, new, and exciting creative journey that can lead to something big. 

It is a string of opportunities for you to: 

Come out of your shell and express your creative self

in the best way you possibly can, regardless of how you view yourself and your creative ability, and despite not having put together something artistic by any standards

Make your creative undertakings profitable. 
Build foundational blocks for your creative expression

to take wings toward an entrepreneurial venture.

Create something that you can be proud of!

If what you imagine scares you, stop. 

Let not fear hold you back.  

Instead, consider it as your playground. Be here in the moment, have fun, and enjoy the rides. 

You're not in this alone. Instead, you'll be supported by like-minded people.

Besides, the creative process is your own. 

You have your space all to yourself. 

Perfection has no place in this.

Uniqueness and authenticity does.

What does it take for all this?


Why join Artsy Challenge?

Artsy Challenge will help you:


Define a clearer path in terms of what creative niche to pursue and/or product lines to develop and promote;


Create a product line or set of products to sell or give away;


Develop and/or find a platform to sell you products;


Be exposed to opportunities to build your base of subscribers, buyers, and joint venture partners, as well as make money.

Who is Artsy Challenge for?

Meet the stars of Artsy Challenge.


"I am creative in an unusual kind of way. If faced with a situation, I can whip up, almost effortlessly, various ways to deal with it. Although I love creative stuff, not a drop of creativity runs in my blood. However, I dream of doing artsy stuff and delight in buying - even hoarding - art supplies. I'm scared though. Can I do it? I don't know how. One day, I'll get to it. One day..."


"I am quite an artist. I doodle, sketch, paint, design, sew, and... you name it! When coloring books were trendy, I created and colored my designs. I dream of developing my line of products to sell. I spend a huge amount of time, money, and energy to improve my craft but lack focus. Because I easily get distracted, I jump from one creative project to another."


"I run an online business, mostly in the self-development, health and wellness niches. I sell digital and physical products in my website and other platforms and have taken on coaching clients. I haven't considered and explored the idea of diversifying my existing products in creative ways that can possibly fulfill my clients' needs or reach out to new ones." 

Are they familiar to you? 

Do you have an affinity to any of them?

Are you one of them?

Which one?

What can you expect from Artsy Challenge?

Artsy Challenge has four parts to it. 

Artsy Challenge Preparatory

Concepts, Mindsets, and Challenges

This is meant to develop an appreciation of key concepts, mindsets, processes, and challenges surrounding creativity and artistic expression. 

"Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep." ~Scott Adams

Artsy Challenge Create

Product Creation

Everyone regardless of experience 

"We have to be willing to do whatever it takes." ~Erin Burnett

Artsy Challenge Make More Money

Business Matters

In these trying times, creative expression is not enough. It must translate into income and profit if we must continue doing it. Artsy Challenge will tackle matters relating to running a creative online business, too, to fully maximize the power, potentials, and opportunities that may be derived from talents, expertise, connections, and assets.

"Always look beyond what you can see." ~Mark A. Copper

Artsy Challenge Events


Having a community of like-minded people will enrich creative expression and experience, and generate profitable opportunities for everyone. This will happen through a private Facebook Group. 

"Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen." ~Brene Brown


Artsy Challenge is a work in progress. 

Although its concept has been drawn out, it is not cast in stone but is designed to be as flexible as possible in order to:

  • capture and amplify best practices
  • fill in the gaps
  • identify other essentials that have been overlooked
  • more importantly, be more responsive to the needs of participants. 

Lastly, as James Taylor, an American singer-songwriter and guitarist, once said ...

"I can't thank you enough for showing up. It's not the same without you."

Please join me in this important challenge!

Maria Silvo 

~Artsy Challenge Creator