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Painting Feelings as Abstract Paintings: Part One

Painting Feelings as Abstract Paintings: Part One

Painting feelings as abstract paintings part 1. Can you help me name the last one?Ever since I first received the CNVC’s Feelings List* from a therapist a few years ago, I have turned to it regularly to find language for what I’m feeling. I struggle with naming my feelings in real time and this l...
3 Free MHN Summer Wallpapers!

3 Free MHN Summer Wallpapers!

To the ones who have made it to this very day - may you learn that the brilliance of the morning is a gift to be cherished. Every day a new sunrise, every moment a chance to bloom.  The Garden24 Team wanted to brighten up your space and give you a few free wallpapers as we enter into a new season...
Keep Looking Where the Light Pours In

Keep Looking Where the Light Pours In

I hope you find your wayto some kind of telescope today...some way of slowing down,looking closerand focusing inon the Light.May you alwaysbe the onewho dares to dreamof what might bea possibilitybeyond what is seen.You only needto keep lookingfor the Light.You only needto keep lookingfor the Lig...
Strength Comes in Many Shapes

Strength Comes in Many Shapes

I painted this tiger the other day for no particular reason other than I had this image in my mind of a tiger staring at me, and after pulling together a few image references, I decided to draw it.The more I began working on this piece the more I felt like I was learning from something from this ...
I Am Allowed to Change and Still Become Who I Was Meant to Be

I Am Allowed to Change and Still Become Who I Was Meant to Be

Not too long ago, I looked up the dictionary definition of the word "becoming." I have written this word in my work for years, but there was something about this definition that caused me to think of "becoming" in a different way: "the process of coming to be something or of passing into a state....
Lessons from Rocks and Rivers (A Poem)

Lessons from Rocks and Rivers (A Poem)

If ever you start to feelrushed and stagnantat the same time,Imagine a river.Imagine wild, rushed waterpassing overheavy rocks and boulders.This image of the river holds a paradox: the movement of the waterand the stillness of the rocks.And yet, there’s room for both.Both the water and the rocksh...