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moving through stuck places (a painting in progress), and hello spring

once in a great while, i paint. today i’m not sure which feels more worthy of celebration – the fact that i’ve been painting, or the fact that spring is officially here! (well, tomorrow) and today has really felt like it! hooray. but since this post is about painting, i’ll wish you all a happy… Continue reading moving through stuck places (a painting in progress), and hello spring

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new art journal cover

hi loves, now that i’ve banished my 2016 planner to hell (and the year along with it), i’m thinking about 2017. …. the things that are slated for the year (album release, playing shows, filing taxes, managing my business….) …. the things i’m hoping will happen (a monthly continuation of my drum workshop, taking lots… Continue reading new art journal cover

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i can’t wait to say goodbye to my 2016 planner

so i bought this day planner online last year. it was my first time ordering this particular one, and when it arrived i immediately i hated it. everything about it got on my damn nerves. the images, the size and weight of it, the goofy “inspirational quotes”, the lack of space to actually write anything,… Continue reading i can’t wait to say goodbye to my 2016 planner

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so damn liberating

i’m artjournaling again :] here’s a glimpse of my current book: i’m having so much fun with this one. no rules. no goals. no prompts or guides. just play play play & who gives a shit how it looks. each entry an honest expression of that moment and nothing more. if you’ve never art-journaled, and are… Continue reading so damn liberating

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Nine Goddesses (from my artjournal archives)

Today marks the eighth day of Navatri – a huge, nine-day celebration that takes place in India and Nepal every year- dedicated to the Goddess Durga, in her many forms. I thought about doing my own nine-day goddess series on this blog when the festival started, but that didn’t happen.  So instead, I’m sharing nine goddess-inspired art… Continue reading Nine Goddesses (from my artjournal archives)