This past week I was featured as an artist by my wonderful and very creative friend Dyan Whyte. I was able to meet her while taking my very first E-course, Creative Thursday with Marisa Haedike. Dyan and I formed a friendship on Facebook and through our blogs and we have continued that love and support of each other's work. She has an amazing website and blog on her site The enchanting works of Dyan Whyte, visionary artist; I encourage you to visit her site and see the incredible works she is doing. She has a new feature entitled Creatives with Heart where she is interviewing artists from different walks and with different artistic journeys. I was touched and felt extremely honored that she wanted to feature me! She asked very deep questions that made me ponder and think on for awhile before I could answer them. I wanted to answer them honestly and totally from my heart. I just wanted to thank Dyan for giving me this opportunity and I decided to share that post with you on my blog. I hope you will enjoy it! It does give you a peek into my visions for my artwork. I find it hard to put any spotlight on myself, yet I felt this was important for me to share. The artist community is a strong one and I am blessed to have such a circle of creatives supporting me. We all are sharing and growing together and I am blessed to be given such support on my artistic walk. So here you go, my article from Dyan and I hope you will enjoy . . .
Creatives with Heart:: Donna Wynn
I am of course inspired by Sarah, she has the sweetest spirit come through her work. I love Marisa from Creative Thursday, her paintings are beautiful and simplistic. I love Juliette Crane, I am currently enrolled in her how to paint an owl course, she shares so much of herself in this course, I love Misty Mawn she inspires all of us and I truly love Kelly Barton, she is an encourager and I am totally in love with how she paints her girls. I love your work Dyan, it is so beautiful and I also have connected with Harmony of Feed your Soul Art, her style speaks to me and we have connected in friendship. Love my Lisa Gonzalez of Happy Mama, her work is sincere and beautiful and she paints from her heart. Monet, one of the greats, has been an inspiration to me even when I was just weaving, and still holds my heart today with his style and color choices.