Saturday, February 27, 2010

So far this year is pretty sunshiny. . .

Seriously, this year has been fantastic. My north star has been to create a life I love. I am happy to report it is in full throttle and I officially love my life. Almost every part of my life feels inspirational and graceful 90% of the time. Wow. Don't get me wrong I am still very human on every level but that along with everything else too. I have created a clearing for myself and focused on what I want to create. Simply put peace, love and joy on every level. Yoga has helped me so much. I love hiking Camelback with my girlfriends. I love going to "craft nite" once a month with girfriends. I love working with my sister Cindy. I love creating and PAINTING on anything I can get my hands on. I love my friends. I love my family. I especially delight in the relationship I have with God and most importantly my husband - my most cherished loves. The 3 of us have been to hell and back and I am pleased to say it was a spectacular adventure. I feel like all of this is preparing me for something great. Something to help the planet. I want to be a person who is way ahead of her time and is remembered for that way after she dies. I hope my paintings are a legacy of who I am and what I bring to this earth and its people. I am really enjoying the ride. I am grateful for it all.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Valentine gifts at Two Plates Full

I am very excited to say I now have a fabulous gift shop carrying my work at the Borgata (beautiful Italian Architectural feeling village of shops) in Scottsdale called Two Plates Full. They are the PERFECT place for my art and I am so thrilled to be a part of their family of artists. Please go and check it out and buy something for your honey! My prints are in a display box that Tory and I made. Yippee. She also has new paintings there including this new one called "Can I play?".
Two Plates Full: 6166 North Scottsdale Road
(480) 443-3241

Monday, February 8, 2010

Painted Violins on tour at Brushstrokes Gallery, Denver

See the tour of violins painted by artists around the country (I painted one) and donated for a silent auction fundraiser for the Denver Youth Orchestra.

February 5 - March 6

Brushstrokes Gallery
1059 South Gaylord Street, Denver
Opening Reception:Friday, February 5 at 5 pm
First Friday Celebration:Friday, March 5 at 5 pm