I am a Kansas City based artist. I love to paint, inspire, hike, trail run, and be Supermom.
You can find my artwork at www.StrokeofRed.com
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Author Archives: Anastacia Drake - Fine Artist
New Years always makes me super reflective. So I sat down and started writing. Over the past 2 years what started out as “yantras” have become journaling my words into pictures. This year I decided to let go of 2020 … Continue reading
I catch myself saying often 2020 is a “dumpster fire”. But honestly, a lot of good has come out of it. Change isn’t always easy, and it’s definitely been uncomfortable. In the first couple of months, my job was eliminated; … Continue reading
Last time I shared about My Quarantine Project. Today I would like to mention where to find the tools I’ve created. With a heart full of gratitude the reaction to the Yoga Art Card Deck has been overwhelming. I have … Continue reading
It feels a little bit like the world has flipped upside down in the last few months. I thought I would share something positive that has come out of it for me. After a few weeks of quarantine I got … Continue reading
I won an artist commission through the HNC Living Foundation to create a piece of artwork out of a cancer mask. I talked about this project in a past blog titled An Art Project in Honor of my Dad. I … Continue reading
I was recently awarded the Artivist of the Year award through Art Tour International Magazine. I flew to New York to accept the award which was broadcast live on a local NY station. The next day I went to Barnes … Continue reading
I just found out today that my proposal for a project I had submitted about a month ago won. It’s so far outside my comfort zone and way more triggering emotionally for me than I would have imagined. If you … Continue reading
I didn’t apply for any art fairs except two this year. With my crazy schedule, I really had to prioritize my time. Both art fairs that I applied to, the Irish Fest and the Overland Park Fall Festival, I was … Continue reading