I’m so happy to share some of my new work and photos from my recent trip to Morocco!
I’m happy to share my very first collaborative mural project created in collaboration with a wonderful group of kids at Taman Permata Hati Orphanage in Ubud, Bali.
Today I’m sharing about a very special event called, The Gathering of the Creatives, in Santa Fe, September 20 – 22, 2019. I would love for you to join me!
One of the most meaningful days of my recent retreat in Bali was our Giveback Day, and I’m so happy a little bit about it with you here.
On October 17 – 21, 2018, I’ll be filming a full-length Bloom True Workshop, with all the bells and whistles, and I’m seeking eight wonderful participants to be the stars of the show.
The very thought of public speaking makes my armpits sweat.
This is exactly why I said, “YES” to my first public speaking gig this summer at the Brave Girls Symposium in Boise, Idaho.
Hi everyone. I’m changing it up a bit with this week’s TRIBE Tuesday post to share some exciting new workshop announcements with you…woohoo! Your next opportunities to paint with me in Portland are…
AS MANY OF YOU KNOW, I’M MAKING SOME PRETTY MASSIVE SHIFTS IN MY LIFE RIGHT NOW.
After four years of fairly intense globe-trotting to spread the Bloom True love, I’m shifting gears and rooting down in my hometown of Portland, OR.
In support of this grand shift, I moved out of my little backyard studio into a large and lovely (like woah) studio nestled in a groovy creative industrial area about ten minutes from my house. I feel beyond blessed to have found such a magical space that is EXACTLY what I envisioned, hoped and prayed to find.
SIX DAYS AGO, I ARRIVED AT SQUAM ART WORKSHOPS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.
The woodsy scene there is all kinds of gorgeous — quaint cabins, an unbelievable lake, awesome women everywhere — but there I was with knots in my stomach.
I was there to teach a totally new class — one that involved more movement than painting and more watercolor, ink and pastels than acrylic. Most of my security blankets, comfort zones and feelings of “I got this,” had left the room.