Angela's Art Blog

Thoughts on Art and Process

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

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

December 3, 2013
by Angela

Meditation on Process… An ongoing reconnection

Breathe. Be still. Feel. What’s that? Orange? Okay. Where? (There. An orange ball.) Okay. (Purple rays. Trust.) Breathe. Okay. (Purple curvy lines, there to there. Fill in with some more purple. Now blue. Magenta. White to gradiate.) Hmmm, looking a … Continue reading

March 18, 2013
by Angela

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