Today's Co-Creating Show features an interview with TWO WOMEN ARTISTS, Kirkland Smith and Bonnie Goldberg. Kirkland Smith is a classical painter who has become involved in creating environmental artwork from non-recyclable materials and post-consumer waste. She received a BA from the University of South Carolina and she and her husband have 4 children. Through her artwork, she hopes to give the message of the importance of reducing, reusing, and recycling in a fun way. Bonnie Goldberg is an abstract figurative artist who has studied with many notable painters including Alex Powers, Katherine Chang Liu, Glenn Bradshaw, Ernest Velardi, Don Andrews, and Carole Barnes. Her work concentrates on finding the spirit and the essence of the women whom she paints and can be found in private collections in the United States, Canada, and France. Her website is www.bonniegoldberg.com and be sure to check out the feature article by Kristine Hartvigsen about Bonnie Goldberg's work in the current issue of undefined magazine. The Co-Creating Show is hosted by Cassie Premo Steele, Ph.D., who inspires people from all walks of life to co-create balance and beauty in their lives. Fascinating interviews with creative people, tips to inspire you creatively, and encouraging insights into living a life of creative balance. Cassie Premo Steele is the author of seven books, including the novel, Shamrock and Lotus, and the poetry book, This is how honey runs, both published in 2010 and available from Amazon. For more information about Cassie Premo Steele's writing and creativity coaching, visit www.cassiepremosteele.com and sign up for a free monthly Co-Creating Newsletter.