25 Oct 2016

Painting Dreams at CoSM

Posted by in Artwork, Blog, Travel
Painting Dreams at CoSM

Preface: I attended the CoSM Visionary Painting  Intensive with fifteen other skilled visionary painters at the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors in Wappinger Falls, New York in July, 2016. Arriving at the Dream Land There’s something about riding a train to a destination that puts me in that contemplative creative mood. Departing from Grand Central Station on a Saturday afternoon, the […]

20 Oct 2015

It’s All Good In The Blue Ridge

Posted by in Blog, Travel
It’s All Good In The Blue Ridge

Words we thought we’d never say…It’s official – Bowen Imagery has moved to North Carolina! It’s been a crazy journey since leaving St Pete three years ago with lots of learning opportunities involved. Our art and life continues to blossom along the journey, and for that we are so very grateful. And now after a […]

19 May 2015

Upwards Inspiration In Zion Park

Posted by in Artwork, Blog, Travel
Upwards Inspiration In Zion Park

Blinding white void can be daunting. As someone who is always looking for opportunities to explore the edges of life, the edges of creativity, the edges of inspiration and dive into the center of that void, I find comfort in the “uncomfortable” and in the unknown. This void is the surrender that leaves expansive room for inspiration […]

31 Mar 2015

Global Action Coalition: bringing harmony across the world

Posted by in Blog, Giving, Travel
Global Action Coalition: bringing harmony across the world

We love this great green earth and the inhabitants that live in it. As a creative business we feel it’s our job to be stewards of creation and provide service to those that help others. Yes, we work to make a living so we can enjoy our own freedoms, but along with that goal is one of supporting others in […]

1 Feb 2015

Life Lessons from the Emerald Isle PART 2

Posted by in Blog, Travel
Life Lessons from the Emerald Isle PART 2

Day two was our whirlwind tour to The Dingle Peninsula/Corca Dhuibhne – a unique storehouse of Irish cultural heritage. Until recently, the peninsula was remote from the influences of the modern world, and this meant that the language and traditions of the area have survived intact to a greater degree than in most of Ireland. We […]

26 Nov 2014

Life Lessons from the Emerald Isle

Posted by in Blog, Travel
Life Lessons from the Emerald Isle

A lucky little shamrock to show us the way – a six and a half hour flight is all it takes to get to Dublin from Chicago International and our journey was as smooth as can be. We flew on Aer Lingus. Yes, but it means air fleet in Gaelic. As soon as we landed […]

16 Aug 2014

Art in motion

Posted by in Sketchbook, Travel
Art in motion

My first art class in kindergarten started me on my path to being a hands-on artist and gave me an immediate connection to raw earth materials. Since then I have produced creative works involving graphite, clay, oils, acrylics and everything between. Since the invention of Photoshop, the tablet and the amazingly inspired design of apple […]

13 Aug 2014

Its 6am, let’s head for New York…

Posted by in Blog, Travel
Its 6am, let’s head for New York…

Its 6am at our cozy little house in Morrisonville, IL (pop. 1100) and we are headed northeast to New York City (pop 8,405,837). Road trippin is by far the best way to travel and experience the amazing roads that wind through America. We’ve driven through IN, OH, PA, NY, NJ and caught up with our brother, our […]