Category: Sacred Artist Interview


Sacred Artist Interview: Eileen Miller

Eileen Miller is another wonderful artist I discovered through blogging.  Her primary art medium is acrylic painting, and then pen and ink.  She is a lover of art, appreciating all forms of styles and is influenced by Vincent van Gogh, Georgia O’Keeffe, Rodin, and Gustav Klimt.  She roots herself in the Roman Catholic tradition, after what she describes as a full circle religious journey.  Her Higher Power is The Trinity and The Blessed Mother.   I am grateful to Eileen for taking the time to share with us here: ***** How do you experience the connection between spirituality and creativity? For me, the connection

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Sacred Artist Interview: Bette Norcross Wappner

I am really excited about this new weekly feature on my blog for 2008 — I will be interviewing artists who keep an awareness of the sacred at the heart of their creative work.  I want to explore how others merge their art and spirituality and give you, my dear readers, some more insights into this connection. I am especially delighted to begin this series by interviewing Bette Norcross Wappner or b’oki as she is known by her poet’s pen name.  Bette found my blog not too long after I started writing one, about a year and a half ago.  She is a great example

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