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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I was asked to hang my work and give an art talk at an office I worked at 11 years ago this week. It also happens to be my sons 10th birthday. The interesting part about all of this is … Continue reading
For several years I’ve been wondering about the New York Art Expo. It seems so shinyto a Kansas girl. Artists, galleries, New York…it can all be a little intimidating. Deep down, its some place I think I might want to … Continue reading
I read somewhere that if you’re not getting rejections you’re not reaching far enough. This has stuck with me. Probably because I avoid doing anything that leads to rejection. After letting this resonate with me for awhile, I have decided … Continue reading
Summer was a whirlwind of art festivals and shows. It may have been the busiest summer I’ve had. It was good because in all of the busy work I got some real focus on my direction and what I want … Continue reading
I was accepted into the Westport Art Festival this year Sept 11-13th. I’m seriously busy in the studio doing lots of small study paintings and trying out some new ideas. It is quite the place of creative chaos right now. … Continue reading
I’m participating in a project called the Freedom 58 Project. This organization sets out to fight slavery and human oppression through education, advocacy, and action. There are 30 million slaves in the world. 2 million women and children are trafficked … Continue reading
So many great things are happening, I need to actually write them down to process them. I have a full schedule coming up in the next few months so I thought I would share some of the things happening. I … Continue reading