Meet Katie Powell
What we’re aboutLunar Moondae is art + emotion + journaling. It isn't about making images to sell, and maybe the world will never see them. It is also about working with lunar energy, a process I have lived with for 25 years, working with the waxing and waning, building and letting go of energies! Prompts to get you thinkjing when you are stuck, and a place to share on FB that is a closed place. I am Kate Powell, and you can see more of my writing about my art processes and sketches on my blog, http://dkatiepowellart.me
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Katie Powell has other blogs:http://dkatiepowellart.me is where I blog about my art and art related things; http://zenkatwrites.com is where I write on topics interesting to me; http://katwritesfood.wordpress.com is my foodie blog; and I am a conservator, and write (with my husband/partner) at http://mpfconservation.me
Tag Archives: Man in the Moon
A Shameless Sunday Plug, the Old Moons are up on RedBubble, along with the Mexicali Moons and Suns! ☾ I agree to the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 4.0 International License, which you can learn more about by visiting the site, … Continue reading
On the New Moon we rest. We dream. We go within. If not full rest, which is hard in our 9-to-5, six-days-a-week work craze, Then we rest by being soft with ourselves. I have to work today. I’ve had issues … Continue reading
A Woman in the Moon graces another Waning Third Quarter. She is a bit sleepy, getting ready to release into the Dark of the Moon. Quinacridone Gold, Phthalo Green, Genuine Hematite, Quinacridone Brunt Orange, and Cobalt Blue, all Daniel Smith colors. Offering … Continue reading