Wednesday, April 18, 2012

April ~ Painting and Poetry Project

 We hope you are enjoying our monthly presentation, our gift to you. 
"Beloved Most Imagine "

by Kathryn Henneman
48x60 mixed media on canvas

"Beautiful, Bell-Bottomed Boy"

Shirtless, bronzed, bell-bottomed boy,
Beautiful, young and lean.
Soft, silken, coffee-brown hair,
Wind-swept, wild and free.

Graceful, fluid, out-stretched arms,
Expressive, gentle hands.
Lovely, curved, sensuous hips
Legs strong, slender and tan.

Rocked by the gods of music and freedom,
Swaying in rhythmic jubilation,
High on life and love's sweet passion,
He danced for her in celebration.

One girl alone was hypnotized.
Her vision spanned over crowd faces
To link with his piercing blue eyes
And to put her own feet in his paces.

Gone are the days of the young summer sultan
And the girl who watched him with joy.
He dances forever within her heart
Beautiful, bell-bottomed boy.

~ by C. L. Gillmore

Kathryn's paintings and Cheryl's poetry will soon be available in note cards and will comprise a twelve-month calendar for next year...2013!

Connect With Julianna

Don't forget to Connect With Julianna and connect with what lies beneath!

Julianna Lyddon is a Certified Life Coach with a Masters Degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling; author, teacher, and spiritual advisor who brings light and levity to all of life's important issues. She asks the tough questions you may be thinking about, but may be uncomfortable asking. Her talk show is about increasing your level of awareness. Julianna will encourage you to stop, think, and gather all the facts so you will be empowered to make the best informed decisions possible. Through her private practice, she has helped others find their personal power and fulfill their dreams. She wants to do the same for you on Connect With Julianna through intimate discussions, intriguing subject matters, and the expertise of her guests.

Tune in every Friday at 1:00 Az. time, 4 p.m. EST  SHE WANTS TO HEAR FROM YOU! BE A LIVE CALLER ON HER SHOW AT: 877-864-4869.

Non-dominant Hand Creation

Kathryn who was inspired by the writings in the book by William A. Donius, "Thought Revolution - How to Unlock Your Inner Genius" created this painting using her non-dominant hand and by applying the methodology from the book.

She donated the painting to the Free Arts Arizona Auction last week at the Herberger Theatre.

"Take Heart"
by Kathryn Henneman

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Norman McLash Wins "Take Heart"

 Norman McLash, a Board Member for Free Arts of Arizona
was the auction winner for "Take Heart"

Kathryn Henneman painted and donated the art for the fundraiser held last night at the
Herberger Theatre.  It was an amazing event!

Monday, April 2, 2012

Henneman Participates in The Intuition Project


“To produce, to compose, to recall one’s own story of an ‘intuition’ siting has been challenging for me. Then in the wee hours of the morning a thought came to me, and I feel that by sharing this story will add to TIP, The Intuition Project.

Now imagine Marilyn Monroe writing and sending an email to Julianna Lyddon for her project, recounting her own personal intuition story.

This is a true story.

I was living in Los Angeles. It was 1981. A friend of mine, Barry L. Shifman was in the Border Bookstore in Westwood, California. He was observing a man who was looking at a book. The book was the extraordinary biography of Marilyn, by Norman Mailer. The two gentlemen struck up a conversation. My friend Barry was speaking with David Conover. The photographer who was credited with discovering Marilyn Monroe while taking photos for Yank Magazine. David had expressed a need to find someone in Los Angeles to help him with his research. The publisher Grosset & Dunlap had agreed to publish his book about Marilyn. Barry Shifman put me in contact with David Conover, and for the next year I did research for David.

David only called me twice, but in one of those conversations he shared something with me about Marilyn. He had received a phone call from Marilyn two weeks prior to her death. She had made the phone call from a phone booth in Malibu, California. David conveyed that she was very concerned and frightened, and felt that something was going on, and that if something should happen to her that she wanted David to be aware of what she was sensing.

Was this Marilyn’s ‘intuition?’ Let Marilyn’s story be a reminder to listen to, to trust, and to act on ‘your intuition.’

Our ‘intuition’ is a ‘gift’ and needs to be accepted.”

For more information or to participate in The Intuition Project, visit the following website and connect with Julianna Lyddon.