I can’t travel right now, but my art can!
The Phoenix Soul: Sacred Voice
I am excited to announce that I am being featured in the newest release of a wonderful digital magazine called The Phoenix Soul.
Amanda Fall, creator, editor, publisher and gatherer of good, is an inspired writer who has created this magical compilation of the incredibly moving stories, writings and artwork of ten fabulous humans. Issue 64 is Sacred Voice.
In it, I share about the journey of my creative self; how it has been tested and how it has transformed and blossomed. I hope that my story will inspire!
Check it out! www.thephoenixsoul.com/sacredvoice.
It is well worth the $6 that it costs, supporting Amanda and her mission, but also supporting your heart, as I believe the words that are nestled in this issue are heart and soul affirming.
About Phoenix Soul:
“The Phoenix Soul honors your daily transformation. Your vulnerable truth. Your grit and your grace. Your gut-wrenching grief and wild joy.
We are the next generation of gentle power. Warriors of truth and love. We are battle-scarred and laugh-lined. Fierce and fragile. Tough and tender. We are willing to unmask, to demolish our defenses, to let arrows of love pierce our armor. We are people of the phoenix. Soul-family. Forever flock.”
Let the movement
of your tongue be a rhythm
a sacred soul chant
a new prayer
— VersAnnette Blackman-Bosia, “An Elegy for the Sound of Sacred Truth,” TPS: Sacred Voice
“The Phoenix Soul is a fiercely indie digital publication, dedicated to your tender truths.”
CERCLE is a story of sex, drugs and addiction, written by Pierre A. Rivard and co-written by the late Paige Thomas, who died of a heroin overdose before the film’s release.
CERCLE is a mosaic of non-fiction, a tale of enslavement and redemption and a portrayal of personal hell shared by two individuals from two divergent worlds.
CERCLE premieres on Saturday evening, October 27th at the historic Laemmle Royal Theatre in LA and has been scheduled to be screened at the historical Village East Cinema in New York City on Saturday, November 3rd.
Sweetwater Picture Framing in Gainesville, Florida
Currently on Display
Mindfest October 6, 2018, Deland Florida
MindFest was an event designed to educate our community about mental health: how to maintain good mental health throughout the life span, how to reduce stress, how to recognize when help is needed, how to find help in times of difficulty, and how to make the most of life.
Here is a link to the Art Therapy Exercise that was exhibited at Mindfest along side of my artwork.
Would you like to include my artwork in your heartfelt project? If so, drop me a line!
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