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An Artist in Oaxaca | With Tracy Verdugo

In 2018 I knew that 2019 was going to be the last year I led overseas art workshops for the foreseeable future. As much as I loved gathering, teaching and traveling it was the most deep knowing that it was time and I had complete peace about my decision. Then 2020 changed all of our worlds and I was not only grateful that I didn’t have scheduled trips to cancel but it also was a reminder how much I had …

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Auction For Hurricane Harvey Relief | I Am Offering An Original Painting

  If you are anything like me it seems like there is one thing after another lately. It is easy to wonder what can we do when there is so much that needs to be done. I can struggle with these same thoughts but then I remember with deep knowing that little actions from many bring about big change, help, comfort etc. So, we are going to come together as a small group and make a small action knowing that …

What Do You Feel?

Isn’t it amazing how deeply art can touch you? Within minutes of being at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival I was in a man’s booth and one of his art pieces almost brought me to tears. Later in the day my sister was able to see an artist that I adore and she called me telling me that she could have cried because her art was so touching. But art doesn’t just move you to tears.  Art can be repulsive …