The Healing Energy of Bonnie Lebesch’s Art

by Lynn S. Schwebach Every so often, you meet someone whose philosophy on life causes you to pause and reflect, leading you ask yourself if you’re living out your life in a meaningful, truthful way. This type of introspection seems to especially haunt artists and those who find meaning through careers that don’t deliver monthly …

How Valuable Are Artists’ Thoughts?

How Valuable are Artists’ Thoughts? by Lynn S. Schwebach Eli Broad, founder of two Fortune 500 companies, billionaire, philanthropist, education reformer, and world-class art collector, said something essential about creativity this week. In an interview, Broad told Charlie Rose that he’s learned a lot from artists. When Rose pressed him about what he’s learned, he …

Tartx: Tiffini Elektra X Combines Art and Business into Successful Product Line

Tiffini Elektra X wears one of her Anne Boleyn scarves  by Lynn S. Schwebach Several years ago, I was strolling around an outdoor art fair in Fort Collins, Colorado when a booth of unusual jewelry caught my eye. I instantly fell in love with some domino necklaces – painted dominoes with images of fairy tale …

Keith Kimmels’ Eyes and Art Reflect the World

Organic by Keith Kimmel by Lynn S. Schwebach I connected with North Carolina artist Keith Kimmel through the organization “Artist’s Assembled” in Fort Collins, Colorado. After “friending” him on Facebook, I spent a long time viewing his art on his Timeline, and couldn't stop looking. As one of his friends commented: "It really speaks to …

Artist Tamarah Long’s Architecturally Inspired Drawings

by Lynn S. Schwebach Artist, architect, and actress, Tamarah Long calls herself “observer of the world.” That’s the name she gave herself in 1996, traveling around Costa Rica, writing in her journal. Having just finished graduate school with a master’s degree in architecture, she realized that she should be sketching as well. She had completed …