Monday Morning Energetics! with Janet Se

Monday Morning Energetics! with Janet Sellers – she’ll show how to jump start your week with stronger energy. Call in to the online radio show and talk or just listen here:
(347) 945-5033 http://ow.ly/iAMo5

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8am: 15 Monday Morning Minutes = Energet

8am: 15 Monday Morning Minutes = Energetics! with Janet Sellers – she’ll show how to jump start your week with stronger energy. Call in to the online radio show and talk or just listen here:
(347) 945-5033 http://ow.ly/iAMo5

8am: 15 Monday Morning Minutes = Energet

8am: 15 Monday Morning Minutes = Energetics! with Janet Sellers – she’ll show how to jump start your week with stronger energy. Call in to the online radio show and talk or just listen here:
(347) 945-5033 http://ow.ly/iAMo5

Upcoming: art to make you glad for sunsh

Upcoming: art to make you glad for sunshine! “The Coffee Birds” and “Sunshine flowers”
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Elvis live at Janet Sellers’ art show reception!

Elvis live at Janet Sellers' art show reception!

Elvis was so captivated by my portrait of him for my new POP ROCKS art show, he came in person to join in the celebration. Record numbers came to Bella Art Gallery in Monument to enjoy the gala event.

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And now for something completely different… me.

True to my complex personal art history, I often combine media to create a texture, a patina, and a dynamic surface to fulfill my ideas in concrete, paint, fiber, and steel to build a communally created work of art.

My largest artwork to date, a 500′ acrylic on concrete mural, was my first public work of art and involved the hard work and imaginations of all 25 inner city gang youth who helped me work make it. Granted, they were court ordered to choose to work on the mural or go to jail, still, I feel we all made the right decisions to paint our art outdoors and make history beautiful.

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In 1985 I wanted to work on a mural to learn how to do it. I volunteered to help in East LA on a 500′ mural working with gang youth. After the first day, the original leaders quit because “it’s too much work” and I was the last (wo)man standing. So I co-designed the mural with James Garcia, the last man standing, and we led my ’25 little felons’ to victory in their ‘rehab’ to the community beauty. I earned a whopping $2000.00 for six months of hard work, ten weeks of which were spent with the gang youth. They were amazingly talented. I asked one boy who was fantastic at drawing and painting about his background in art. He told me, “Oh, this is my first painting. But I did everybody’s tatoos in prison.”

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