About Me

Hi, my name is Danielle Lanslots and I am so glad you're here!

In a little over two years, I went from an amateur hobby artist to working as a full-time creative professional. 

In this time I developed a reliable system for attracting a following of nearly 70k amazing people from all over the world. The life changes that continue to come from this would have been beyond my wildest dreams when I first started!

I want to help you implement key strategies for success NOW so that you can jumpstart your creative career too and start living a life you love!

I'm ready for my guide!

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3 Instagram Mistakes You're Probably Making:

How to Stop Spinning Your Wheels & Start Attracting Your Ideal Audience 

I probably don't need to tell you that Instagram is a fantastic way to build a community around your artwork. 

And because Instagram is so popular now, it is easier for collectors and admirers to encounter our work than ever before! Talk about opportunities! 

I learned first hand that the more followers we have, the more likely those opportunities will be inspiring and even life-changing.  

Still, I see so many artists struggling to gain traction. Merely posting artwork online is not enough to attract followers. You have to follow a roadmap and use the app consciously.  

In this guide, I share tons of incredibly valuable information that will surely help you on your path to gaining a steady following on Instagram.


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Instragram opened so many doors for me! What can it do for you?

  • I opened my online store and began selling hundreds of original paintings directly to my Instagram followers 
  • I built a membership-based online watercolor classroom with over 200 members in one year without any paid advertising
  • I have been invited to collaborate with many companies such as Daniel Smith to sample artist-grade products
  • I started participating in high-end fine-art shows 
  • I starting being approached by gallery representatives and retail store owners about selling my work at their brick and mortar locations