We affirm our selves as artists and together we create artistic manifestations. We create abundance around our artwork. What magical reality would we like to create with our artwork and how will it feel to be living our lives as artists?
Join northern California abstract artist Drea Jensen for the unveiling of Virtual Artist Altar: Creating a virtual altar to honor our artist selves within. Her current show entitled Money Honey can be viewed as a part of Arts! Arcata at Café Brio on 791 G Street, January 13, 2012 from 5pm to 9pm.
Drea is an intuitive artist. “Our intention is to use our creativity to create abundance and share our art with the world. When we trust our Money Honey we are empowered, creative beings that are active and our abundance flows. We have what we need to put our work in a sacred place…a virtual gallery.”
Drea began painting in 2002, and her paintings express, acknowledge and celebrate her self expression as an artist, and encourages others to express their unique selves. “In each painting I am committed to creating sacred space, portals into imagination using abstract expression, color and texture. My paintings express an internal landscape that provokes emotions.”
“Here’s to the ability to be creative and professional…how lucky we all are!”
Shop at Drea Jensen Art for the Holidays!
My name is Nya Larson and this is a picture of my teacher Andrea. I made this picture at home out of pastels. We do art in our classroom too.
During the week we will create a mandala using an artistic technique that appeals to us and pay attention to how creating this circle ritual feels. As we meditate on our art, what insights do circles reveal about us and our journey? Where would we like to invite more sacred space into our life and how does creating mandalas help us create artistic change in our lives?