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  • Interview with SoulDuster’s Resident Artist Stephen

    Posted on September 25, 2019

    Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. ~ Picasso Picasso’s quote was the inspiration for the SoulDuster website. I recently sat down with Stephen, the artist behind the website, and asked him why “soul-duster” is important to him. I Did It My Way, by Stephen SoulDuster ME: Why SoulDuster? Stephen: I […]

  • Art As Healing 3: Art For Personal Growth

    Posted on September 10, 2019

    This is the third of our 3-part series on Art As Healing. You can find previous segments here Part 1: Creativity & Birth, and Part 2: The Value of Spontaneous Drawings Studying drawings within a therapy context reveals an inner self that “knows” in a way our conscious self does not always recognize. If we […]

  • Art As Healing 2: The Value of Spontaneous Drawings

    Posted on August 27, 2019

    This is the second of our 3-part series on Art As Healing. If you missed the previous segment, see Part 1: Creativity & Birth. While recognizing that the creative act is healing in and of itself, drawings and paintings, particularly spontaneous drawings, can be viewed on more than one level. They convey a literal or […]

  • Art As Healing 1: A Path To Healing

    Posted on August 15, 2019

    Our name SoulDuster was inspired by Picasso’s saying, “art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life”. So what does art have to do with our soul? To help us answer this question, let’s follow this 3-part blog series to explore Art As Healing. Have You Ever Stopped To Think About The Relationship […]

  • DIY Puzzle Framing

    Posted on May 8, 2018

    After you declared “I am sure there are missing pieces”; after you sighed “it is not possible that this piece doesn’t fit in here”; and after you finally proclaimed “I did it”, you certainly want to display your triumph. It is a great satisfaction to see the completed puzzle hanging on your wall. So how […]

  • Art, Cancer, and Me

    Posted on March 27, 2018

    2019 Collage of Musings Calendar Colors of Monarchs Puzzle Origin Journal Colors of Monarchs Journal Origin Decorative Pillow Artist Maggi Mason was living a very full life in 2012. She was relocating to a new country, searching for a home, and preparing to take the citizenship exam all while her husband was seriously ill. Meanwhile, […]

  • 2019 Collage of Musings Calendar Curated

    Posted on March 10, 2018

    The Collage of Musings Calendar is an amazing collection of Maggi Mason’s collages highlighting her life around the world. Hear from Maggi what her inspirations are behind each of the collage in the 2019 calendar. Get a copy of Maggi’s 2019 Collage of Musings Calendar today. December 2019: Winter Solitude Our house was built on […]

  • Artsy Holiday Gifts

    Posted on September 4, 2017

    While I find it hard to say goodbye to summer, I always love the romantic sensation that autumn brings. The spectacular fall colors, the crisp morning breeze, the rustling song of fallen leaves, oh my. And of course, I cannot but get excited about the holiday shopping that lies ahead. Let me tell you what […]

  • Art As Respite: How Art Enhances Our Lives

    Posted on August 22, 2017

    Adult coloring books and painting parties are all the rage these days. Despite appearances, it’s not about coloring within the lines or haphazardly putting brush to canvas to get to some arbitrary finish line. If you’re searching for a respite from the strains of everyday life, a coloring book just might whisk you away for […]

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