Category Archives: Writer

Billie Shults

I was introduced to energy healing in the 1980’s and took a Therapeutic Touch class. I belonged to a Women’s Group where several members knew Reiki and would have Reiki Circles in their homes.  It was a pleasant experience, which had I known how life changing it could be, I would have pursued my training much sooner.  Reiki has changed my life. As I have committed myself to this healing art, I can confidently say that Reiki has a dramatic affect on my clients also.

Thank you for joining me on this journey. I am blessed to be able to share this beautiful gift of healing with others.

Beth Daniell

I am one of the Guild’s writers, generating monthly newsletter articles on gallery rotations and receptions, member artists and the artistic process. I also create tree ornaments and home décor from hand-gathered and painted pine cones, which have been displayed at our gallery and local shows.

Robert (Bob) Bresky

I make art to entertain, engage, teach, and touch. I express my art through digital camera images and written books. A photograph is just an excuse to make up a funny title that gets a chuckle or smile. In a book, a picture helps bring the text alive. Through subject matter, composition, light, and color I hope to engage and teach the viewer or reader. My books are longhand versions of subjects that interest me. My photographs are the shorthand version of my books.

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Cherilyn SunRidge

I am a painter, creating rich, earthy, wholesome art, using internal & external imagery. Whether landscape, figurative, or abstract sacred hoop forms, I begin with delineation of the four sacred directions. This is what holds the work and gives purpose to a piece.

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Randy Ainsworth

I am a self-taught artist except for a few art classes I recently took at Clackamas Community College. I graduated June of 2012 and received my Certification in Graphic Art and Web Design. I started drawing and painting at a very young age and was inspired and encouraged by my mother to draw and paint every day.

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