IN THIS ISSUE : April 2020
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April's Publishers' Letter & Happiness Corner
Staying in Peace
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Chi Wellness, The Center of Qigong at 4155 East Jewell Avenue, Suite 105, in Denver offers classes, workshops and retreats in Qigong Self-care as well as professional certifications in M... Read More »
Connie Larkin, Reiki Master with Soul Star Inc., is now accepting new clients in the Denver area at 899 N Logan Street. While she doesn’t make house calls, remote healing is available. Read More »
These are the same measures that we use to guard our health from any upper and lower respiratory infection, whether its source is viral, bacterial, fungal or otherwise: Read More »
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The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has found contamination of U.S. drinking water with manmade “forever chemicals” to be much worse than estimated. Read More »
A new law bans popular plastic bags in the Mexican capital, as well as handing out plastic straws, spoons, coffee capsules and other single-use items by 2021. Read More »
Igloo has introduced a new, biodegradable cooler made out of paraffin wax and recycled tree pulp called Recool. Read More »
Around the globe, green activists of all ages are taking unified action to protect our planet against climate change with resolve, passion, and creativity. Read More »
Grape seed extract significantly improves both total and LDL cholesterol levels and triglyceride levels, and lowers markers of inflammation. Read More »
Smiling Sun by Kay Larch
Raised in Southern California by two artists, Kay Larch says she didn’t follow in their footsteps. She grew up, started a family, moved to South Carolina and built a daycare center that she owned and operated. She filled the center with wall murals and did painting activities and after-school art classes with the kids, but she never considered herself an artist. She found ways to express her creative need for colorful and elaborate surroundings through painting projects she did for fun.
One day, Larch decided to create a series of acrylic paintings on canvas. Out of curiosity, she submitted her work to a gallery. It was accepted for a show, which led to being featured in an article about the museum, interviews, commissioned work, more shows and the launching of her career as an artist at age 54. Larch is immersed in the art community, has added oil painting and drawing to her repertoire, and creates in a variety of styles. Her acrylic paintings have a comic-book style, while her oil paintings lean more toward realism. She admits she was influenced by growing up as a California hippie, traveling to Tijuana and seeing the vibrant colors of Mexican folk art and simply being an imaginative person. Her work has been featured in galleries, businesses and magazines and she sells original paintings, prints, greeting cards and a line of coloring books, in addition to commissioned work for people all around the world.
Find Kay Larch on Instagram (@KayLarch Studio) or connect at Facebook.com/KayLarchStudio.