Struck With Passion – A Letter from Shiloh Sophia

punctuate my daily activities with big sweeping action steps about twice a month. I reach out beyond my immediate circle and I try something I haven’t tried before about what I am passionate about. Sometimes, it results in amazing incredible things and sometimes, nothing happens. BUT expressing my passion for life and love even if I don’t get the result I was trying for, keeps me awake, alert, truly passionate and engaged. I have EXPRESSED MY passion and it happens through e-mail, phone and in person and in paintings and writings. I feel the fire in my heart and it makes me feel a part of all that is, grateful to SPIRIT for igniting my soul with love, and it gives me a desire to keep serving.

Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe Art Celebration and workshop this weekend!

Featuring Northern California Women Artists at Electric Rose Gallery on Saturday, December 12 at 6:30 pm

“Love Cafe” Art Celebration hosted by Dori Etter,
Ali Weiss, The Bond Sisters and Shiloh Sophia McCloud

Featured Artists include Sofia Harrison, Laura Pope, Sue Hoya Sellars,
Shiloh Sophia McCloud, Chelsea Bond, Elizabeth Gibbons, Patti Valentine, Laura Delanty, Susan Miron, The Cowgirls Junkies, Lynn Bond, Caron McCloud, Dori Etter, Alise Sheehan, The Powell Girls and more!

Electric Rose Gallery – 107 Plaza Street, Healdsburg, California 707-431-1124

Navigating Our Economy With Grace: An Artist's View In A Letter To An Old Friend

Who Are We Going to Be?

I have a strange notion to embrace our economy. A mystical sense that to navigate these changes with grace will require deep love, not regret or blame. While at every turn, fear is present with the “what if’s” it has always used to leverage itself into our lives. Each day, I face fear with paintbrush and pen in hand and kindly reply, “I have no need of your stories, but, thank you for reminding me.” To choose not to submit, when fear, regret, blame, shame and other not-so-kind frequencies have been laced into the air by the unseen hands of doom sayers – well, it takes courage.