Sometimes it takes a little re-prioritizing to return us to our authentic selves–which, so much of the time, has to do with filling up our creative wells and reminding ourselves that we are artists. Now, not all of us will spend our lives designing, creating, and making, but let Linda’s story be an inspiration that we can always return to what makes us creatively... more
Some Mind of the Artist stories begin late in life, with a big change or sudden discovery. Others, like Naomi’s, begin in childhood, evolving into the processes and materials that have come to define the artist’s practice. Naomi’s story comes back to the art at the center of her life, although, like many of us, her journey has not necessarily been linear. Naomi’s... more
We’re three quarters of the way through our Mind of the Artist series here on the blog, and what better way to celebrate than with Rindy–inimitable CHAL chairperson and CHAW fixture! Her story is one of creative evolution, and we are so excited to bring you a little insight into the art and lens of Rindy O’Brien.
Framing the World, by Rindy O’Brien
Happy spring! This month, we’re diving into Kay Fuller’s light-filled studio in Capitol Hill and learning more about her journey to art. It may have started later in life, but she has taken full ownership, even serving on the board of the CHAWsome Capitol Hill Art League. Here’s Kay:
I am a native... more
It’s that time again–wherein the CHAW blog is turned over to a fantastic member of the Capitol Hill Art League (CHAL), and we get to zoom inside his or her creative brain! This month, we’re talking to Margo Johnson, longtime art-lover, traveler, teacher, and more. Read on to learn more about Margo and her... more
Welcome back to our Mind of the Artist series, featuring members of the Capitol Hill Art League (CHAL), a program of CHAW. Today’s featured artist is Carolyn Rondthaler, an artist who came to painting later in life–and is an inspiration to anyone who feels like there’s no time to fit the arts into the day... more