An Ultimate Goal

At the end of March, I FINALLY attended Flora Bowley’s Bloom True long weekend painting workshop. I’ve been wanting to attend this workshop for a few years.  The workshops often fill the day the email announcement comes which is hard to plan around family demands.  This year, I resolved myself Read More …

Finding Ease

Ease is radical counter-culture that requires personal trickery and magic because our popular culture pushes us towards the opposite; dis-ease and not good enough.  With the popular mindset we cover up our true natures with workaholism, entertainment, politics, crisis and constant striving for more and more and more.  But wait, Read More …

Freedom in Art Day

February in Seattle has been unseasonably cold, snowy and icy.  A blessing because life slows down; I didn’t have to chauffeur anyone anywhere and the kids loved playing in the un-Seattle-like deep snow. Before the snow, I was getting restless and frustrated with painting. Creativity is always a dance between Read More …

The Story of Body and Soul Painting

  For as long as I’ve loved to make art, I’ve loved to move. I have played sports, salsa danced, competed in triathlons, been a long-time rock climber, practiced yoga, become a personal trainer and got serious about CrossFit and more. The same year I decided to launch my art Read More …