It’s fun, amazing and challenging via my northern Arizona public relations firm to help promote local artists such as Angie Bray-Widner. I enjoy learning about art through the lens, from the perspective of a seasoned pro like Angie. That gives me inspiration, some insight… amazes me…
12”x12” acrylic on canvas - Original SOLD - Reproductions for sale. This is the second in a series of personalized zodiac paintings juxtaposing astrological and horoscope imagery from multiple cultures and disciplines. This one is for the artist’s nephew, Hunter, born on August 17, 2010See more
60”x48” acrylic on canvas signed as ACrociata (previous name of Angie Bray-Widner). Original and reproductions for sale. Awaiting the kiss from the building passion between two lovers. The man is slightly hiding in keeping with other pieces of Angie’s “Seeking" collection.
"Inner Guidance: Undiscovered, Conforming and Releasing"- April 2013
Triptych –3.5”x8” x 3each, Ink on Bristol Board. Original and reproductions for sale by contacting email@example.com
Representing the pineal gland, the pinecone serves to guide enlightenment and flight. The feather (our soul and essence) conforms to the pinecone’s shape gaining its wisdom. Releasing with its own identity and new insight, the feather is ready for solo flight.
"Harmonic Protected Potential" - February 2013 - 10"x16" graphite on drawing paper by Angie Bray-Widner.
In the shadows of its dark jagged heaviness, the obsidian encourages the potential of the egg and lends it support and protection. Shielding and transforming the fragile undefined existence with its powers, the obsidian is yang. The shadows reveal the innocence and grace of the yin in the egg. see more www.happierfacts.com
Video slideshow of Angie Bray-Widner’s “Symbology” collection of fine art pieces set to her own musical composition on piano. For further information and sales of this artwork, go to www.happierfacts.com. Original and reproductions for sale.
"Athena Taming the Dragon" - April 2013 - 17” height x 13” diameter; lidded handbuilt coil pot. Based on the shape of a 400-500 BCE Greek Pyxia (box), this 17” tall coil pot (19” unfired) was decorated with Greecian and Chinese designs using the sgraffito technique. The lid’s design is the same design on the pots side held by the warrior (helmeted) Athena. Watch Angie describing the pot and working on the sgraffito in the video in this link.
by Angie Bray-Widner (December 2011). At the precipice, debating with my fears, go for it or hold back? Allow fear to consume me and convince me to turn back? Don’t I know my own skills and abilities better than this? Don’t I know the tools and equipment I have at my disposal are good and designed for the job at hand? Don’t I know that there’s a guidance system (God, Divine-source, common sense, unconscious knowing or whatever it is) that will preserve me and maybe even allow for something extraordinary? Aren’t the benefits of going forward more rewarding than holding back? Is my comfort zone ready to expand? How real are the cautions and warnings underlying the fear? All these questions flash before me as I ponder the shift awaiting me. See more…. http://www.happierfacts.org/blog/conquering-fear.html