Tag Archive: online art class

Doors Closing + Doors Opening + Grieving Dreams


  The future showed up today and invited me to tea I was told to get myself ready and leave my old dreams behind I got dressed and off I went cake was… Continue reading

Painting my prayers : Marks for Las Vegas


  In times of great sorrow, may you learn to be with the knowing and not lose your joy. In times of great collective undoing, may you maintain a strong connection to your… Continue reading

Invite Your Muse to a Cup of Inquiry, Shiloh’s Featured Article for Aspire Magazine!


“In ordinary reality, our brain, when faced with questions, will go to the past to gather the evidence which is “safer” – ie known, or connected to a past story. In this specialized… Continue reading

Equinox Healing and Transcendence


  How DOES healing happen? I had my own experience with it this weekend with paint, pain and transcendence… Painting by Shiloh Sophia: Sweet Compassion, 2008 Share the Beauty, Like & Comment on… Continue reading

5 Minute Writing Prompt


      Will you? Will you allow access to your deepest story? Will you invite her to a piece of your cake? Will you show her what you have been hiding from?… Continue reading

Muse Days Painting Jams Calendar


Woohoo! Here is our updated Calendar for Muse Days upcoming workshops led by myself as well as the Intentional Creatives Guild. Check them out as they’re happening all over the world. MARCH •… Continue reading

A Prayer for Artists to Our Blessed Lady


Our Lady, Mother of All Good Things

We artists are a complex weaving

Our beauty and our pain seek us

Through brush and pen

Through hand and foot

Through drum and flute

Through paper and scissor

Through image and word

Through life and death

Through our desire to be self expressed.

While we are at once struck with joy

at sudden inspiration, we are also

sometimes stuck with a strange halting fear

Fear enough to stay the brush

or halt the tambourine.

Is it worth it to make art?

Am I good enough? Can I sell it?

What will others think? Of me, my art?

I should be doing accounting,

become a lawyer, a doctor or politician,

or clean my house after all,

instead of getting myself to studio or notebook.

We all know – poets and artists –

are of no value here…there are mouths to feed!

And so we chatter on in this way

Poisoning our ideas with lack of Faith.

Blessed Lady, You have heard all of our complaints I am sure.

For many thousands of years, and as a form of medicine,

have given yourself, Lady, your own image and heart,

to millions of painters, poets and songwriters to keep them

Going. To keep them company in the dark night.

For this we thank you. For this I thank you beyond measure.

You are the most painted, most sung about Lady in all the world!

Blessed Lady I beseech you on our behalf, on behalf of all artists!