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Meditation Is My Most Powerful Creative Tool
Posted in: Art as Worship on August 8, 2012
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Martin C. Dawe is a sculptor who works primarily as a commissioned artist in a variety of mediums.  Martin has become well known for his figurative and representational work, which ranges from loose, impressionist work to traditional sculptures with a late 19th century style. From the World…

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Dr. Cherilynn Morrow "Transform Rather Than Inform"
Posted in: Art as Worship on August 1, 2012
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Dr. Cherilynn Morrow has been a professor of Physics & Astronomy at Georgia State University (GSU) with a focus on innovative instruction and education research. Her primary roles have been working with colleagues to re-vitalize introductory physics teaching in a collaborative, integrated…

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"I Collaborate with God" with Guest Juliette Mansour
Posted in: Art as Worship on July 25, 2012
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Street photographer Juliette Mansour is a first generation American raised in the 1970s when other concerns besides artistic expression took precedence. After having completed graduate school studies, it made sense for Juliette to use her strength in learning languages and her ease with…

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Adventure Happens in the Present Moment
Posted in: Art as Worship on July 18, 2012
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Kathleen Kurre is an accomplished executive and entrepreneur, with a broad range of experience on the leading edge of technology adoption and organizational change where people, process and technology intersect for success.

“Life is like the wave. You take your surfboard — everything that you know…

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I Became Grateful. With Guest Matt Janke.
Posted in: Art as Worship on July 11, 2012
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Matt Janke is a glassblower. He loves the medium, the craft and building the equipment. Matt has been on one mission for nearly 20 years… to expose and promote the art of glassblowing throughout the Southeast.

“For many years I didn't fully appreciate my skill level. I didn't think of my talent as…

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Make Your Muse Comfortable With Guest Jo Crawford
Posted in: Art as Worship on July 4, 2012
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Jo Crawford is an artist, teacher and intuitive reader based in Berkeley, California. Through her business, Crafting the Sacred, she works with women to access their intuitive wisdom and express their creativity.

“Nurture your creativity by producing a lot. Expect the first hour to be about…

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Kevis Antonio "I Am Constantly Praying"
Posted in: Art as Worship on June 27, 2012
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Writer, director and producer Kevis Antonio has worked on numerous films and is founder of Rising Faith Productions. His documentary, Bread of Life, received rave reviews, was officially selected into the John Paul II International Film Festival and was syndicated on an international TV network.…

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You Can't Force Art
Posted in: Art as Worship on June 20, 2012
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Robert Hovey began dancing as a teenager in St. Paul, Minnesota.  At the age of 18 he traveled to Europe to join the Royal Ballet of Belgium. He then toured in the United States as principal dancer with the Tennessee Festival Ballet and Nevada Dance Theater.

Returning to Europe, he danced in…

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Lisa Black "Everything Radiates from Within"
Posted in: Art as Worship on June 13, 2012
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Lisa Black has entrepreneur blood flowing through her veins and is the Founder of Fields of Gold Farm and Greenhouse.   

“I know everything radiates from within me. It doesn't matter what's going on in the environment around me — as long as I stay crystal clear, I feel strong and empowered. My…

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Claire Paul "I Start With Impulses"
Posted in: Art as Worship on June 6, 2012
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Claire Paul is an instructor of art at Georgia Perimeter College. A graduate of Georgia State University, Claire completed her MFA in Drawing and Painting. While her art intends for the viewer to explore the unseen, her interests in music and sound performance also shape the content of her…

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