2021An absence for years:starting again

What a difference these years made to rejuvenate and really finding myself as an artist again! I closed my physical gallery and found myself foundering and realizing the mistakes I had made I also found my journey t become closer to The Lord and Jesus. I had made my art an idol.

This realization took years and much study of the Holy Spirit and the guidance the Bible gave to become more mature in my walk. Also too I realized I was burnt out and didn’t have any joy in my paintings. It was hard work. Yes, creating art is hard work but it should bring peace and and enjoyment of the journey. I stopped having a website having turned all art into trusting God for his plan for me. That doesn’t stop me for taking the next step.

Walking the talk and talking the walk

I’ve been in flux for a while going back in forth in what TO really WANT in my life. The journey is tough sometimes and sometimes rewarding. First off is to acknowledge God loves me ME!! Here I am in my late 70s and God has planted a hope in me than He isn’t finished…

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My right arm is getting better!

The realization that my right arm wasn’t working well was when I developed trigger finger. My right arm had gotten weaker and weaker through the Covid time when the gym was closed and I was just walking outside. Silver Sneakers is a program for seniors to help work all the body to keep in shape…

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Realizing My Truth

I closed my gallery/studio in Scottsdale late 2014. After that I was in a funk for years, even not doing painting. It has been a slow journey back to realizing that God gave me this gift to create and to relearn who I was when I started with art. The passion and joy of making…

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Author: lori landis art

Working in acrylic mostly on canvas with texture, writing, speaking and teaching adults to finding their creative selves. Spiritual endeavoring to explore the journey of painting and creativity using faith and hope. Now blossoming in new ideas and and new awareness.

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