Angela's Art Blog

Thoughts on Art and Process

August 25, 2016
by Angela
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So… How are you doing?

  I get this a lot when someone finds out that my husband and I are splitting up. I’m usually just as surprised as they are that my honest-to-god answer is that I’m actually doing really well. And I have … Continue reading

April 10, 2016
by Angela
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The Whole Artist: Reclaiming a Sense of Safety

As I begin teaching my new course The Whole Artist, as ever, I’m finding myself reminded that one of the most challenging things about creating art, or anything really (a painting, a dance, writing this…) is slowing down enough to … Continue reading

February 16, 2016
by Angela
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Painting and Harry Potter’s Liquid Luck

  Since the very sad news of Alan Rickman’s death in January of this year, I’ve been re-reading J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series of books. It’s been very enjoyable to dive into that wonderfully creative and magical world again, and … Continue reading

June 10, 2014
by Angela
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Discomfort is a compass

Discomfort sometimes points the way… In intuitive process painting, you find that there are all sorts of ways that your intuition/inner wisdom communicates with you. Sometimes it’s through curiosity, desire, joy, & inspiration – and sometimes, it’s through discomfort. When … Continue reading

March 7, 2014
by Angela
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I see YOU!

“I See YOU” Powerful words. An even more powerful act. This is the action created in a circle of tribe members that meet for an extended period of time, such as that created in our expanded Chakra Experience for 2014. Exploring … Continue reading