Greetings! Yes, I have reverted to bi-weekly posts due to my hectic teaching and postgraduate studies' schedule. Although its very rewarding, it does take its toll. Therefore, I truly consider the time I can spend working on my artwork, "musing moments." Listening to my eclectic collection of music in the background while burning some incense, sets the perfect ambiance for me to work in. It's a time for me to release all negative energies, meditate, and function through pure intuitiveness. When I work in this manner, I transcend into an imaginative journey in a world of wonder. I work with abstractions to become one with my Creator. In the words of Madeleine L'Engle, "the work takes over," and I listen.
|Happy Halloween! - ¡Feliz Víspera del Día de los Muertos!|
Tim Holtz Stamps, Distress Inks, Die Cut, and Embossing Folder;
Martha Stewart and EKSuccess Punches; Baker's Twine; Glass Beads; Sequins;
Spectrum Noir markers; Embossing Powder; Pebbles Prints; and Tulip Bead Paint.
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Autumn Is In The Air
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
The Male Room: Challenge #20 Autumn/Fall
|I Am an Architect of my Life|
Charcoal Drawing and Hand Lettering over Gelli Print Collaged Strips,
Water Color Washes, Tim Hotz Stamps, and Pen Doodling
Art Journal Journey - Architecture
Let's Get Arty- Challenge #68 (Spots and Distinct Outlines)
Julia's What's On Your Workdesk Wednesday #331
Kristin and Eva's Paint Party Friday - Week 31 Year 5
Alexandra's Sunday Sketches
|Sunflower - Romans 14:19|
iPhone 4s Photograph; Pixelmator; and WAW Word Art
Our Beautiful World #117 - Colors of October
Denise, Roger and Leslies ABC Wednesday - M is for Musing Moments
Try It On Tuesday - Autumn
Karen's Word Art Wednesday#204
What are your musing moments? Anyway, I want to thank everyone who stops by and leaves a comment, as well as all my faithful followers. Blessings!