I am working toward my own sense of what well-being means to me, and while I am doing that I continue to pursue my goals of having a profitable business. I have had a difficult year and things are starting to turn around. I realize that I am not the only one experiencing change at this time. I have a plan to make great improvements to my service to the world. I have already added Reiki Master Teacher and Therapeutic Art Life Coach to my repertoire. I am developing how I want to work with people in an expanded way and helping them live a balanced, happy life. I have always done transformational healing work and have wanted to continue in an expanded way with this work. I am currently developing classes that I could offer along these lines that will help people overcome obstacles in their consciousness that are blocking their happiness or success in life.
I have been bouncing around what direction I really want to take with my artwork. I have too many interests and I know it would help to have a more focused agenda. I am a creative soul and must continue to explore this avenue of self-expression if I am to be happy, but I have never been completely satisfied with just doing art. I have a need to serve the community as well. While art can serve a purpose, be it by inspiring, healing, or engaging people, I still want to work with people.
So, here I am. I have some my jewelry and art on this blog site. I offer custom art services (not just pet portraits). I offer readings via Skype. I also offer distance Reiki healing sessions. You can email me at email@example.com to set up an appointment.
Out of the chaos, I cling to hope and a brighter future. Presently I project to invest my time and energy in producing new artwork and living my life from a clear center of defined purpose. This last year has been a bleeping rollercoaster. I used to like rollercoasters, but not the emotional/financial kind that I have been on since my mother died.
I am an artist. I enjoy doing portraits, pets or people. I like working with old photos. I plan on doing more nostalgic art. I enjoy working in different media. I am available for commissioned artwork. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a sincere interest in having a custom artwork done for you.
After a few tweeks, I decided it was finished. It’s from a photo taken around 1945, earlier than I thought but found notation that dates it better. She was 19 then. I just like the casual grace of her pose as she leans against the tree.