I grew up with a very artistic mom who loved to do fun projects with us when we got home from school. She nurtured in all her children an appreciation for the process and the joy of being creative.
Somehow, through the years, I allowed work and life to squash my creativity. I felt like something was missing from my life, but I couldn’t quite put my finger on it. Several years ago I read the book “Living Artfully”, by Sandra Magsamen. While I was reading this book, it hit me… I was missing my creativity. Sure I was creative at work, but I was no longer spending dedicated time to truly express my creativity.
The process of being creative provides solitude, putting the mind at ease. I like to call it my therapy, or a form of meditation. Ultimately, being creative feeds my heart and my soul. I’m so passionate about this process that on occasion I host a wire wrapping class, or a glass painting workshop. If you want more information on my events or my work, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org