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I no longer ask "What do I want to let go of, and what do I want to hang onto?" Instead I ask"What do I want to let go of, and what do I want to give myself to?"

—Richard Rohr 

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Linda's Art Blog

This blog is for discussions on Art and Design in support of students, artists, and buyers of Art. It is a way to have some fun with my home studio and on-line students and anyone interested in Art History and current events. Comment on this blog as an opportunity to share recent shows and events and thoughts about your own art process.
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The Art Process, on-line class

On-line students and I will use this BLOG for discussing a lesson or viewing for critique. Since all students are varying schedules to meet personal needs, interaction will also be by e-mail. Read more about becoming an on-line student at
We are going to work, play, and transform lives on this journey of self-discovery that also rewards students with a strong skill set, whatever media they choose to work in.


Horse Power as Spirit

Horse Power as Spirit is
an art event with benefit to Colorado Horse Rescue
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 15th, 4-8pm
Please tell everyone. This is the only time the work
will be shown in its entirety. see for
Map and additional hours. this event is the culmination
of 2 years of painting in the studio and I can't wait to share it with you.
Power Image #1–Moving Forward, Power Image #2–Changing Direction, Power Image #3–Wisdom,
Power Image #4–Rough God Comes Riding, Power Image #5–Unity,
Power Image #6–Standing in the Truth, Power Image #7–Connection to Ancestors,
Power Image #8–Trinity, Power Image #9–Tearing the Veil, Power Image #10–Purity,
Power Image #1–Grace, Power Image # 12—Continuing Forward
and the Glory Series. Books will be sold, as well as the paintings.


Joan Mitchell

Another favorite painter. Wish I knew then what I know now. Check out the quote on my website and comment, please. the Art Classes page.


Painting on Raintree Court


Bonnard as a Painter's Painter

After the Denver Art Museum Show of Bonnard's work, a friend who is a fundraiser and a friend who is a sculptor and Creative Director called Bonnard a Teir II Painter shown in a Teir I Facility. My thought was he was a painter's painter. He reinvented how to paint with his own perspective, luminosity of color, points of emphasis and turned mundane into lyrical. What are your thoughts?

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