Tuesday, September 23, 2008

The Power of Pink Story....

I had the great honor to grace the pages of the 2007 calendar for the WTWW for the month of October for this ART BRA titled...THE POWER OF PINK which was created by myself and my sister. My friend Royce helped me write the story....With the Breast Cancer Awareness month approaching I decided to share this story once again.

Goddess of Pink Power

She always loved Pink!
During her Wild Child days of delighting in every moment, scrumptious
Delectable Pink adorned her from head to toe. It made her feel pretty. Deeper
Than pretty, really, because Pink is the color of miracles.
Ah, Pink!
Bubblegum and Roses, Flamingos and Flaming Sunsets.

As she grew older, Pink became less of a focal point in her wardrobe.
She decided that “black” was her color of choice in her twenties. Her
Thirties were “blue” and Pink slipped further into the shadows. But,
Pink was patient.

It wasn’t until after the visit to her doctor…after the screams and tears.
After she began her treatments. After the shock wore off. As she started
to piece back the fabric of her life. Her strength, and her courage allowed
her to live again. And what did she discover?

Pink is the energy that moves us out of negative states, giving us
Physical and spiritual clarity. Pink is the balance of yin and yang.
Pink is tremendously powerful.

The wild child wears the ribbon proudly, the symbol of a bodacious
Warrior. It diminishes the fear and anguish of dis-ease. It lovingly
Supports the integrity of the individual. Pink is the color of healing.
Pink is the color of her soul. She glitters in pink, she glides, she
Feels pretty!

Never underestimate the Power of Pink! It HEALS OUR WORLD!
When you have a choice, wear and think Pink!

Artfully Yours,

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Inspire Me Thursday....YELLOW!


This week’s creative prompt is the color Yellow. Be inspired by the delicious hues of lemon, honey, mustard, butter, corn, custard or whatever shade of yellow you may fancy.

" Yellow is capable of charming God." Vincent Van Gogh

" Some painters transform the sun into a yellow spot; others transform a yellow spot into the sun. " Pablo Picasso

I have been missing in action for a while...but did this piece this week...I seem to always paint with YELLOW....usually in a background....It just feels RIGHT to me!!
Artfully Yours,