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
Artist Thoughts: The Color of Healing
I recently purchased a new dress for the first time in over 30 years. I’d been wanting a kaftan so I purchased a pink tie
Life in Pictures – The Assignment
My abandonment issues have raged since the exit of the CNA I adored. She’s been gone for a week now. It’s affected my trust issues,
Art. Frog Mansion. Future Pets.
What an exciting few weeks! Art. I’ve continued to work on the three paintings. I’ve been able to sketch to help with anxiety and menopausal
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.
Work in Progress: The Rescuer
I started this painting a few years ago but just couldn’t get it so I used gesso and removed everything I want to change. I’ve
I’ve been working on a schedule for fitting my life together neatly. I need to wake early to get everything done in a day’s time.
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: