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POETRY ON BUSES: Kathryn's poem, The Sound Soothes, was selected for the 2017 Poetry on Buses: Your Body of Water Program and is part of the online collection! Click here to read it.
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"Kathryn's work is bright, whimsical, and engaging. The pieces are fascinating to the eye, with something always new to see. Her art is like a breath of fresh spring air for the soul."
--Teresa Sparling, Operations Manager, The University Business Center
*Kathryn's art is featured in the 2018 GAP calendar. Find out more here.
*Three of her collages have been juried into an exhibit at the Rosehill Community Center in Mukilteo, WA from April 3 through June 24, 2018. Her art, "Phoenix" won the Northwest Collage Society's prestigious Eleanor Wolters Smith Memorial Award.
*20 of her artworks were on exhibit in a solo show from October 16 through December 7, 2017 at the University Business Center's Gallery 4500 in Seattle's U-District.
*Her collage, "Welcome to My Universe" was juried into the exhibit, "Hot Town: Summer in the City" at the Seattle City Hall in downtown Seattle, that ran from July 7 through August 30, 2017.
* Her collage, "Indra's Net" was juried into the exhibit, "Collaged Impressions of the Northwest Social Realism and the American Scene 1930 to 1950" that ran January 19 to March 26, 2017 at the Cascadia Art Museum in Edmonds, WA.
*10 of her artworks were exhibited from January through April 12, 2017 at Dreamclinic in Seattle's Roosevelt neighborhood.
*Her large collage, "Broadway at Times Square" was juried into the 2017 Search for Meaning Art Exhibition (part of the Search for Meaning Book Festival) from February 16 to February 25 at Seattle University's Vachon Art Gallery.
Many of us want to feel truly awake, truly alive. We also desire lives full of peace, kindness, joy, wisdom, connection, inspiration, and prosperity. And ultimately, we want lives that are meaningful and fulfilling.
A reason we love books and art so much is they are born directly from our life desires, questions, and search for meaning. They offer us "adventures in expansion" by feeding our imaginations, entertaining us, and showing us various perspectives. Stories, in particular, allow us to try on different choices, cultures, and lifestyles without personal risk. They reveal possible trajectories of paths chosen or not chosen.
And just as the writer or artist is a creator of their works, each of us is the creator of our life. We do this by envisioning what we want, making choices, taking actions, and rendering meaning to the life story we create. The more aware we are of this process, the clearer our intentions, and the more we actually do to support our desires in areas such as peace, joy, connection, vitality, and prosperity, the closer we are to living meaningful and fulfilling lives.
One way to build these aspects in your own life is to find and connect with things, events, places, and people that are aligned with what your mind, body, heart, and soul desires.
Read, listen to music, appreciate nature, take classes, do art, and hang out with people that inspire and empower you.
Make time for solitude, loved ones, and social activities. Find your own balance with these so that you can have more peace and happiness.
Cherish, love, and be kind to yourself.
This is your life, make it what you want.
Don't waste a moment.
Take action now.
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