Welcome back to Mixed Media Monday!  Thankful to be back and last night’s show was dedicated to MMM lady and artist  Vicki Loichinger who we lost this past week.  It was a special night from start to finish to unveil the new studio and share everything from the past month!  It was a great night full of DecoArt Media mediums and acrylics! Here is what I painted LIVE last night……


MATERIALS LIST:  (DecoArt Products can be purchased online HERE)

Remember if you are not logged in you cannot participate in the chat live.  It is FREE and FUN!  I love to see the chat going and the connections you all make while I am painting. Please enjoy the video HERE
This piece will be sent to Vicki’s family along with  your cards and sentiments.  Thanks to all who shared this page coming to life….

I thank you all for joining me in my NEW Studio!  Still some  things to do but felt great to create!!  Don’t forget to join our Facebook Group HERE:  Mixed Media Monday’s!  It is truly about the inspiration, the connections and letting it go. Just a reminder to check out my calendar of events for classes and Mixed Media Monday Dates. Our next Mixed Media Monday LIVE is Monday, September 14th!  

Until then…do something creative everyday!

Worry is the biggest enemy of the present moment.  It does nothing but steal your joy and keep you very busy doing absolutely nothing at all.  When you spend time worrying, you’re simply using your imagination to create moments you don’t want.  Peace of mind arrives the moment you come to peace with what’s on your mind.  It happens when you let go of the need to be anywhere but where you are, physically and emotionally.  This acceptance of the way things are creates the foundation for inner harmony.  The need for something to be different in this moment is nothing more than a worry, and worries simply lead you in circles.  It’s always the right time to embrace the present – just the detached awareness and acceptance of right here, right now.  Only then do you have the power to focus on your challenges and opportunities more mindfully – and that changes everything.”