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Thoughts on Art and Process

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

April 23, 2014
by Angela
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Dandelion Pieces – Noticing the details

“Nobody sees a flower – really – it is so small it takes time – we haven’t time – and to see takes time, like to have a friend takes time.”  ~ Georgia O’Keeffe It’s so easy to get caught up … Continue reading

February 11, 2014
by Angela
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Is making art really just for kids?

Last night I received a message on my voicemail inquiring about my children’s art classes. The interesting thing is, I don’t teach children’s art classes. Even more interesting to me, this is not the first time this has happened. Further, … Continue reading

February 3, 2014
by Angela
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Let’s talk about Fear

True confessions time. I’ve been dealing with a lot of FEAR lately. It’s been stressing out my capacitors and bringing me down. It’s causing stress-induced eczema, anxiety, self-doubt, general moodiness, muscle clenchiness, and sleep-deprivation. A true mess. What’s all that … Continue reading

January 24, 2014
by Angela
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Process AND Product AND a gift!

Hello Creatives! There’s only 1 week left to register for a five-week hands-on journey where you will experience intuitive process painting, explore the principles of design, playfully experiment with various materials & techniques. Simply put, 5 weeks of engaging your artistic soul & … Continue reading

March 18, 2013
by Angela
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Visual Journal Practice: Day 6

Today found me feeling a bit frustrated, stressed out, knotted up… I certainly didn’t feel like working in my visual journal.  But, I have this commitment going here, so I set to it. First, I wrote about the feelings that … Continue reading