The Heroine’s Journey of Svetlana Cameron

What is the best thing that I love about my work? Meeting new people. An artist’s life can be a very solitary endeavour if you work alone in your studio all the time, but it’s different when you paint portraits by commission. My work attracts many interesting people of different ages, occupations and cultural backgrounds into…

The Heroine’s Journey of Kimberly F. Davis

What is my idea of perfect happiness?  Health, love and friendship. And I hate mornings so sleeping late, curling up next to my love Robert is my happy place. What is my greatest fear?  Sinkholes!! What is the trait that I most deplore in myself?  Sometimes I have a short temper, like when dealing with…

The Heroine’s Journey of Chiara Monaci

What is the best thing that I love about my work? I love helping people create a life they love, show them that they have all the skills and resources they need to face any challenge and live a meaningful happy life. Happy, satisfied, fulfilled people make the world a better place! What is my idea…

The Heroine’s Journey of Delphine Maillard

What is the best thing that I love about my work? Sharing. Music is all about sharing. You share your music with the musicians you’re working with and of course you share with the audience. What is my idea of perfect happiness? Breakfast with my husband and my son. Coffee and croissants. No more bad…

The Heroine’s Journey of Ilaria Rosselli Del Turco

What is the best thing that I love about my work? The calm meditative state in which the paintings are produced. Having a studio at home worked really well with having a family. What is my idea of perfect happiness? In my studio, when a painting seems to have potential. Each painting needs to be…

The Heroine’s Journey of Kyrahm

What is my greatest fear? In these months i’m having a lot of health problems and my greatest fear is losing sight What is the trait that I most deplore in myself? Not having picked the rose when it was the right time Which living persons in my profession do i most admire? This year…

The Heroine’s Journey of Sherri Littlefield

What is the best thing that I love about my work? My photographs simultaneously challenge and appreciate contemporary consumerism. In my “shopping series”, there’s humor, sadness and confusion. The content of my work isn’t black or white, it recognizes many shades of grey (and pink) in between. Sherri Littlefield Website What is my idea of…

The Heroine’s Journey of Gina Tron

What is the best thing that I love about my work? I love being able to see life from all perspectives and the different types of writing I have worked in have allowed me to do that. I have forced myself to have insight into my own flaws and past to be able to write about…

The Heroine’s Journey of Sheri Miller

What is the best thing that I love about my work? I love the inspiration that flows, when I’m really tuned into my artistic muse, and the ideas rush into my pen, fingers, piano and guitar like swirling, smiling hurricanes. I’m just the woman chasing after the storm, a wide net attached to a pole in…

The Heroine’s Journey of Kelly N. Gin

What is the best thing that I love about my work? I make handmade Books Of Shadows with freehand drawings inside, so what I like most with my work is the freedom to create books that I like the way I like it. What is my idea of perfect happiness? Not to worry about anything….

The Heroine’s Journey of Giovanna Mulas

What is the best thing that I love about my work? Cosa amo di più del mio lavoro? Il transfert. Penetrare le altrui personalità; trasformarmi in loro per poter riportare al meglio al lettore azioni, parole. Che si tratti di uomini, gatti o comodini. Ancora: il messaggio sociale e politico che è possibile e doveroso…

The Heroine’s Journey of Nancy Niss

What is the best thing that I love about my work? I’m an artist, writer and designer in many different mediums, my income comes from being a Master Tailor. For fun I build furniture, picture frames, work with wire, paper and anything else that strikes my fancy. The wonderful mechanical challenges of pattern making apply to…