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art therapy

I was visiting with a friend a few days ago when she said something that got me thinking. I had just given her a tour of my studio and she said, “You must be in heaven when you’re painting.” My reply surprised

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on busyness and the ability to say no

You probably thought I forgot about my commitment to produce a piece of art every week, but I didn’t. In fact, this past week I produced two pieces! I can’t show you both of them because it’s a project for

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of new meds and swollen faces and a full house and doing it anyway

One would almost think that the universe listens for resolutions and then unleashes chaos to thwart said resolutions. Last monday I resolved to produce a piece of art every week. I went to work on a large piece thinking to

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art is my angel

It’s been well over a month since I posted here. There is more than one reason for that. Part of it has to do with the fact that I’ve been a bit overcommitted. Part of the time I was away on

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Posted in art 101, getting real, health

Oh My God

So, I did not intend to start this blog and then leave it languishing for weeks with no content. But LIFE happens and that’s just true. About a week and a half ago, I had a really interesting couple of

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Posted in getting real, health

very messy goodness

  I’m an artist. That’s a scary thing to say. I’m terrified and thrilled and hopeful and feeling like I may throw up. I don’t have everything figured out yet. I don’t know the best ways to go about this.

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Posted in art for sale, getting real

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