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Stories From The Studio: The Value of Play In The Creative Process by Gabrielle Dearman

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Our Monday night artist group met this week for the first time after taking a break for the holidays. As to be expected, the new year has many of us in planning mode and dreaming up new things to incorporate into our creative endeavors. We discussed these things during our group time and found the […]

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Stories From The Studio: Keep Going! by Gabrielle Dearman

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One of the harder parts of working through life creatively, is having to push forward through the darker, or more challenging times. This is what our discussion focused on this week at our Artists Group. Whether the darker times are due to a loss, finding the way through the “unknowns” of life, or navigating through […]

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Stories From The Studio: Creative Breathing by Gabrielle Dearman

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Our conversations at the River Oaks Artists Group this week seemed to frequent the subject of “breathing” throughout the evening. Not just breathing in of itself, but, more so creatively breathing as a result of being in a collaborative connection with God and others. Amber LaSada shared her experience with taking voice lessons from Nancy […]

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Stories From The Studio: Awakening In Awareness by Gabrielle Dearman

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“But blessed are your eyes because they see, and your ears because they hear. For truly I tell you, many prophets and righteous people longed to see what you see but did not see it, and to hear what you hear but did not hear it.” ¬† – Matthew 13:16-17 The emphasis was on all […]

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The Worship Studio Welcomes New Creative Communities – by Gabrielle Dearman

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  We, at The Worship Studio, are delighted to announce our growing Network of Creative Communities! As community is one of our core values, we desire to partner with creative people around the world to help unite Kingdom-minded artists together in their specific geographic areas. Each community reflects their own culture and needs, while the […]

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Stories From The Studio: Risk Is A Freedom by Gabrielle Dearman

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Artists Group at River Oaks this week was one of my favorites. We talked about a subject that is very challenging, but ever-so-necessary for artists. That subject is risk. During our show -and-tell time, Pattie Hale and I both shared paintings that we had each done recently that were creative risks for us. Pattie had […]

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Stories From The Studio: Journaling As A Tool by Gabrielle Dearman

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Journaling was the topic of discussion at this week’s River Oaks Artist Group. Our conversation was based on Chapter seven of Luci Shaw’s Breath For The Bones. Those of us present that evening had several different styles and routines of journaling to talk about. Some of us journal frequently, others less so. Some keep up […]

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Stories From The Studio: Tending To Our Hearts by Gabrielle Dearman

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Due to a chilly mix of wind, cold rain and snow flurries, our Monday night art group was smaller in numbers¬†than usual. Instead of doing our book study, we opted to spend time sharing some things on our hearts, and also have an extended time of prayer and worship. Tina Evans warmed us up by […]

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Stories From The Studio: The Truth In Our Muse by Gabrielle Dearman

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Last Monday at the River Oaks Artists Group, we found ourselves in some thought-provoking discussion and revelation about our creative muse and the challenge of birthing something new in our creativity. Several of us seemed to be at a starting point in our creative processes – trying to get ideas and courage together to start […]

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Stories From The Studio: Story Time In The Studio by Gabrielle Dearman

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It was a cool, autumn evening in the River Arts District. Several people from the West North Carolina area had gathered together in the cozy River Oaks studio for the weekly artist group meeting. The studio was shimmering with funky decor thanks to resident-artist-and thrift-store shopping-expert, Pattie Ann Hale. It seemed to be the most […]

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