Anxiety, her name is Faith This last week has been trying. My head tried to take me down depression street. I needed rest from the
Half a Century More
I started this little painting back in October of last year but I just now finished it. It looks so much better in person than
When I was young my mother used to tell me quite often that a person was trying to punish her for a perceived slight. She
Tiny Art. Safe Art.
Sometimes I paint on a tiny little canvas because it feels less overwhelming and very doable. Larger canvas is hard to manage so I don’t
On the Easel – Mary Spring
There’s snow on the ground but spring flowers on my easel. This is Mary Spring in her white dress in a meadow of beautiful flowers.
The Invisible Children
The Invisible Children is a haunting and surreal scene of sunflowers at night, a full moon, ravens flying and figures in the flowers at the
Title: Sunflower VisionsArt by: Faith Magdalene AustinMedium: Watercolor and colored pencil on watercolor paperSize: 9 x 10 inches,Â Finish: Signed, dated, unmountedStyle: Surreal, Abstract,Â Art details:
Title: Wild ThingsArt by: Faith Magdalene AustinMedium: Acrylic collage on heavy cardstockSize: 9×12 inches,Â Finish: Sealed, signed, dated, unmountedStyle: Collage, Surreal, Abstract Figurative, raw Art details:
I Can Keep Going.
I Can Keep Going was drawn by Robert (19) with writing by Michelle (12). What stands out in this piece for me is the brick
The Grumpy CNA
Content: Suicide. Blood. Emotional angst. Cruel Words was painted by several of us. What strikes me is how affected I was by the suicide of