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A Muse and Her Artist (Blog)

‘Tis the Season….for art

My hope is that this finds you and yours safe and healthy during this pandemic that is touching our lives in so many ways. We are all working to find our way through these times and for many of us the arts are a part of that effort. As an artist, in addition to trying  Continue Reading »

Categories: Uncategorized

Force of Nature: A Virtual Art Exhibit by Georgia Weithe and Helen Klebesadel

The one thing artists can offer the world during a pandemic is their art. I invite you to visit the virtual exhibition Force of Nature: Georgia Weithe and Helen Klebesadel which will be on web-display October 1-December 26, 2020 thanks to River Arts Inc.  Also plan to join in a Live Zoom Q&A with the artists: Tuesday, Oct 20, 6-7pm.  Continue Reading »

Categories: Creativity, Exhibition, On-Line sales, River Arts Art Center, River Arts Gallery, Virtual Art Exhibition, Watercolor

Cabin Fever Creative Community: Art and Social Media in a Pandemic

I have reacted to finding myself living through a global pandemic by trying to use social media to build an online community devoted to encourage the use creativity and art processes to channel the emotions we are all grappling with.   Creatives at all levels are invited to share their art and creative work for the benefit of  Continue Reading »

Categories: art and technology, art collaboration, Artist Resources, Social networking

Oceans A Rising ~ Virtual Collaborative Art and Climate Justice Exhibition

The Flowers Are Burning…          Oceans A Rising                         A Collaborative Art Exhibition and Climate Justice Project  by Helen Klebesadel and Mary Kay Neumann Like other artists all over the world, I have spent the last month canceling and postponing exhibitions, workshops, and  Continue Reading »

Categories: Activist Art, art based activism, art collaboration, Art Techniques, art-science collaboration, Biographical, Creativity, environmental art, Exhibition, Feminist art, Inspiration, Uncategorized, Watercolor, Watercolor activism, Watercolor techniques, Wisconsin Arts, Women Artists

Visual Art and Creativity This Fall ~ Wisconsin and Beyond

I feel very lucky to have had a summer filled with visiting friends and  teaching watercolor and creativity workshops in beautiful places to wonderful people on their own paths to their greatest creative potential.  I am just back from teaching watercolor for two weeks in Alaska at the Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival and a wonderful  Continue Reading »

Categories: art travel, Beauty, Bjorklunden, Creativity, Creativity Coaching, Dillmans Art Resort, Fabulous Artists, Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival, Teaching Art and Creativity, Watercolor, Workshops and Classes