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We're hitting the Homestretch for our Month Of Macabre Halloween Celebration and what better way to spend your Tuesday evening than with other Inmates and Baby Bats. We have another KILLER show for this evening starting with our Special Guest joining us for a Group Therapy Session...POET/RECORDING ARTIST/INDIE MUSIC JOURNALIST KIM ACRYLIC!!!! Kim will be joining us to disuss her published works, her CDs, and so much more. Over in Dark Delights with Ladyaslan we have industrial band JOHN 3:16!!! They will rock The Asylum with 2 tracks that will have begging for more! All this and more ONLY ON THE ASYLUM!!!
Wayne Williams (B.A., M.Ed) incorporates colourful places and people from his travel experiences into his art. He tries to “capture life in the moment”. His paintings are unique, mixed media creations on canvas, often using both acrylic and watercolour paint and sometimes collage.
As well as travel scenes, florals and scenes of people in action, Wayne paints scenes from in and around the picturesque town of Perth and the city of Ottawa. His paintings are in private collections in Canada, the United States, Mexico and Russia. Wayne is a member of the Rideau Lakes Artists’ Association and the Ottawa Mixed Media Artists, who have presented him with an Award of Excellence for one of his paintings.
As a long-time resident of Eastern Ontario, Wayne also paints scenes from in and around the picturesque town of Perth and the city of Ottawa. He is a member of the Rideau Lakes Artists’ Association and the Ottawa Mixed Media Association.
Wayne’s paintings can be seen twelve months of the year at Gallery Perth, Perth, Ontario, or through his website: www.waynewilliams.ca
Over ten years ago, I began designing one of kind handbags. Each pattern is cut from acrylic artwork on canvas. By combining fine art and fashion design, wearable artwork came to fruition.
After learning more about Cheryl Ash-Simpson and her personal story captured in the documentary Sunshine, Noodles and Me, I was compelled to create an art piece that would reflect her passion, dignity and commitment to celebrate life. The art piece painted is titled “Doorway to Recovery”. Strength has been translated through warm colors and the vibrant pink brush strokes emphasize bold and beautiful. This art piece is a symbol of a doorway to recovery and a pathway to perseverance. My goal is to continue to encourage and inspire others with my artwork.
Throughout our lives we all have to take the first step towards happiness, healthiness, courage, love and peace of mind. We all have to enter a “Doorway” in order to start any and every personal journey.
Thank you to everyone who made it possible for me as an artist to create this paintingon behalf of Sunshine, Noodles and Me! I am truly honored to be a part of such an amazing and inspirational event.
CHER CORBIN – WRITER & ARTIST
This Barbadian daughter is a mother of two, a forensic scientist and is a
silver and bronze award winner in Photography (2009) at the National
Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA).
An Honours Graduate in Chemistry from UWI Cave Hill Campus, in 1989
Cher gained the position of being the first Forensic Scientist in Barbados
having achieved her Masters in Forensic Science from Kings College,
University of London. She has since had a long and rewarding career in
the field and is presently the Director of the Forensic Sciences Centre,
Office of the Attorney General.
Cher prides herself in being both left and right brained and demonstrates
her creativity as an artist in many different areas. In 2011 she added to her
awards by receiving two silver medals in the Literary Arts at NIFCA for her
prose pieces "INTERVENTION" and "THE PINK SLIP". The latter also
won her the Incentive Award for the Most Promising Adult Prose Piece.
She was awarded a bronze in 2012 with “THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS
CUSS-OUT” and in the Fine Arts category another bronze for her
Watercolour “BRIDGE AT THE HOLE”. In 2013 her Acrylic painting
“GEM OF SPEIGHTSTOWN” was awarded a Bronze award.
Cher’s works have been published in St. Somewhere Online Literary
Journal, Blackberry:The Magazine, and in four anthologies – Bamboo
Press –‘She Sex’, The National Cultural Foundation’s – ‘Winning
Words’, “She Speaks – Woman’s Journal” and ‘Senseisha’ – An
Anthology on the sensuality of the Barbadian Woman. She is presently
working on two novellas, “SILVERED MIRRORS” and “THE PINK
Tune in on Monday, February 23rd as we feature guest, Jerri Brown, founder of All Things Creative (ATC), an artistic platform that provides inspiring artwork, novelties, services and programs. Learn how this wife and mom of 6 balances her roles while pursuing her dreams and goals!
About Our Featured Guest:
Mrs. Jerri Danyelle Brown (Jerri B) is the founder of All Things CREATIV (ATC), an artistic platform that provides inspiring artwork, novelties, services, and programs. Jerri is an Artist, Designer, and Creative Consultant. She has been creating for over 20 years. She has hosted solo exhibitions, published artistic books and literary works, and launched creative product lines. Her artwork illustrates the endearing moments of inter-generational bonds and inspirational concepts, and has been referred to as Narrative Art. Jerri works in a variety of media including acrylic, pastels, charcoal, block print, photography, textiles, ceramics, and graphic design. She strives to trigger feelings of warmth and familiarity from the viewer.
At age 37, Jerri has been married for sixteen years and is the mother of six children. In addition to her roles as a wife and mother, Jerri is also an active Community Advocate and Minister. She has hosted and participated in several grassroots programs to encourage youth in the area of Art. Jerri believes that Art is therapeutic, and she has facilitated creative sessions at women's gatherings and retreats as a "de-stresser."
Sheryl Luxenburg, is a Canadian artist, a water based painter, who paints in watercolour on paper or acrylic paint on linen canvas. She has been painting her whole life, but took her formal university education through to graduate school in clinical psychology.
Sheryl was a clinical psychotherapist for 20 years, specializing in trauma with children and families, but when she became debilitated by a serious and chronic illness, she had to leave that career. Sheryl is someone who has truly re-invented herself and her journey is one that is inspirational.
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Glenda Watson Natale is a Board certified Holistic Nurse, degreed in Nursing, Communication and Theatre as well, active member of the American Holistic Nurses Association, experience in clinical practice as a Psychiatric nurse, and as adjunct university faculty. She is Certified in past life regression with Brian Weiss, Reiki Master , and LightScape artist, having received professional acclaim for large format acrylic depictions of Light.
Shenetta Gordon: These days, so many things we buy are cookie cutter, but SheNetta’s X-Clusive Jewelry Designs, Owner & Designer, Shenetta Gordon believes jewelry is not just a piece that you wear, but it speaks a lot about your style, your likes and dislikes. It even portrays your inner personality. With her unique sense of style, she has combined her passions and created her own innovative jewelry line that incorporates the essence of elegance, with fascinating pops of color and exquisite craftsmanship. Each artistic creation is handcrafted, using high quality Swarovski crystals, uniquely shaped stones, glass beads, glass pearls, acrylic beads, wood, polymer clay, resin, metals, reclaim plastics, chains, wire and colorful fabrics to achieve elegant, whimsical, and romantic jewelry that is luxurious yet budget friendly.
Stacy is a Life/Relationship Coach that helps women to restore their hope, faith and confidence through reflective writing and life coaching. She is a motivational catalyst that believes in empowering women to live their best lives by stepping out by faith to fulfill their purpose.
Stacy has experienced many setbacks, trials and tragedies along her journey. She knows pain first hand and as result she has dedicated her life to helping other women to rise above adverisities. For Stacy, the challenges has helped to shape her life, gave her the strength to pursue the dreams and God molded her character to not simply settle but work towards being the best and accomplishing greatness.
Charlie Elo has been an Artist in one form or another for most of life. His passion for Fine Art, Street Art, Cinema and Music have always inspired him to express himself through these mediums. Growing up in The Bronx, NY, Hip Hop Culture resonates deeply in his work. With a love for the interactive and shared energy provided by the Live Art experience. Charlie currently paints live at Art Events throughout NYC. He is a graduate of The Institute of Audio Research for music production and of the Connecticut Public Broadcasting Institute of Advanced Media. While he mostly uses acrylic paint in his work, he is not bound to any one medium and often likes to mix, match and shake things up in order to satisfy his creative expressions. He recently co-founded "Synchronized Productions LLC", through which he plans to release his cinematography as well as a series of books based on Illustrations and poetic narratives.
For more information: www.Websta.me/n/eloburnz
Cynthia Katori Walker, is a self-taught artist that works predominantly in acrylic, pastels and recycled material. Her themes evoke feelings of playfulness, joy and a feeling of the unknown. Two of her works, "Nighty Night " and "Journey" were selected in the City Without Walls 20th Annual Metro Show Juried Small Works Traveling Exhibition in 2001-2002. She also had an art piece displayed at a Regional Exhibition at the Bayonne Public Library Gallery in Bayonne, N.J. In 1999, Walker debuted her Katori Kids Collection at "Inspirations," an art exhibition at Exposure Gallery in Brooklyn, N.Y. Her mission is to make the child in you smile and would like you to join her in spreading Katorikids Art which will brighten up spaces in the world.
For more information, www.katorikidsart.com
CHARLES CHATMAN aka "Spaceman:"
M/r. Chatman's art is beautiful as it visually stimulating the mind through his various artistic forms.
Mr. Chatman say that all of his artwork is created to open the mind and allow one to free the mind of wordly norms; as it creatively stimulates it, thus creating pure euphoric experiences.
All of Mr. Chatman's artworks is created from the heart, allowing the senses to be stimulated through visual textures, objects, and freeforming radicals. There are many influences, which provide direction. Influences include, but are not limited to his son, Allen London (visual artist), imagination, cartoons, nature, music, and artistic visuals.
His artistic experiences include indoor murals, acrylic paints, water based paints, charcoal, graphite, ink, tattooing, writing poetry, and writing short stories. Artistic insights gained and executed include going with the flowing energies of the universe and precisely executing color distribution to set the tone and feel of artworks.