Lisa Riannson is an artist known for her blend of abstract elements and realistic watercolor techniques. Her art captures the beauty of contrast, vivid colors, and intricate details, whether it’s the delicate dance of glass reflections or the boldness of abstract expression.
“Secret Garden #1” Gouache on Paper. 8.5” x 11” (22cm x 28cm). This design is from a Japanese wood block print. The design itself was used to print fabric.
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Linda and I always have fun and engaging conversations. In this podcast we talked about the concept of The Wild Feminine, a more detailed exploration of what the wild feminine actually is (kind of tricky actually), and ways in which we can invite more of the wild feminine way of being into our daily lives.
And wonderful news! Linda’s first book, Homecoming: One Woman’s Story of Dismantling the Inner Cage and Freeing Her Wild Feminine Soul, will soon be available on Amazon.com.
On this episode Cindy Winsel and I talk about creativity, addiction recovery, and what makes us ridiculously happy as visual artists.
Cindy is a Cindy is a Creative Depth Coach and Artist where she uses many different creative methods to design individual and group care for mind/body/spirit. She is also a certified Zentangle and Soul Collage facilitator.
She is SO fun to work with!!
Learn more about Cindy and her work at cindywinsel.com
For the past two decades Larisa has specialized in trauma healing, embodiment skills, and supporting healthy boundaries. She’s especially passionate about ancestral healing and supporting those in recovery from a black-white, us-them view of the world.
Brooke is a holistic nutritionist and life coach whose business, Nourish the Sacred, focuses on helping people align with their true nature by listening to and caring for their body, mind, and spirit. She is also a creator of ritual wellness products that support personal healing.
It’s a beautiful Autumn day in Chicago. I’m having lunch with a co-worker who is telling me about her business idea: to start a boutique marketing research agency in California. At this time we both are doing consumer research for a large consumer products company. We’re both thinking about moving on and what we would… Continue reading You Can Get Us Coffee
I’m working the day shift at the Silver Bullet Bar. It’s a busy Monday lunch hour. Every table is occupied, the bar is full and we have a line of people waiting for tables. Mondays are often busy because there are a lot of people, consultants mainly, who fly out to client offices Monday and… Continue reading Lizard Girl – 7
During my days off I should have been doing research. Taking advantage of Denver University’s copious library and connections to other university libraries. And I had to create a primary research design and submit it to my advisor by the end of the month. And yet, I found myself preoccupied by my strange new friend.… Continue reading Lizard Girl – 6
Tuesday night again. It’s late, 10:30. I closed tonight. I know Garfield will be complete bonkers when I come home but the garage is very quiet, almost deserted this time of night, and it will feel safe for Maya. I light up my final cigarette of the day and wait. “Hello Clara” Maya sounds happy.… Continue reading Lizard Girl – 5