Monthly Archives: February 2014

Spreading Good Cheer

I’ve been sick-sick-sick with the cold from hell, which is why no postings.  I can’t think straight. I have been painting/sketching in bed, and am starting to post some of the images on dkatiepowellart.  I would  have thrown myself out … Continue reading

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Writing an Illustrated Journal With a Story Subject

I am writing an illustrated journal toward a story.  Mum’s the word, except to say that now I am used to being able to edit edit edit on my beloved Mac, and this experience is different.  It is permanent: once in … Continue reading

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I Ain’t Doin’ NaNoWriMo: An Aside

Originally posted on Charlotte Cuevas :
Today begins a month-long project that most of my writer friends are obsessing about, and that most of my non-writer friends are completely unaware of: National Novel Writing Month, lovingly shortened to NaNoWriMo. The challenge…

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On-The-Outside-Looking-In

A caveat:  This was a writing exercise about “On-The-Outside-Looking-In” and is not the sum total of my life, just my life looking through this lens. On-The-Outside-Looking-In.   I don’t remember when or why I began feeling On-The-Outside-Looking-In.  I felt that way … Continue reading

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#29faces: Week Two

I am moving my art posts to my art blog, dkatiepowellart on wordpress!  If you saw it here — it will now be there!         I am now agreeing to the  Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 4.0 International License, which you can … Continue reading

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Making a Change in My Blogs

Just note:  I am going to use my blog D.Katie Powell Art more for art postings and for discussing workshops, techniques, etc., and for selling my art. I may still write about creativity and painting here at ZenKatWrites, but may double … Continue reading

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Addiction, One*

(*Because I am sure there will be more.) With the death of Phillip Seymour Hoffmann  talk of addiction talk is everywhere.  Oddly, I just wrote about it openly a couple of weeks ago.  I don’t hide it, I just never … Continue reading

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