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Karen Musick - Artist

Karen Musick Press Releases

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ORIGINALS AVAILABLE THE BEGINNING I am a self taught artist who began Musickscapes 'the landscapes of my mind' in 1993 as a way to deal with issues involving medical negligence and chronic pain.   Picking up a pen, I ignored all that I had been taught about creating art and began to draw my barest emotions.   Using shapes combined with colors to describe the turmoil I could find no words for, I created intense and emotionally charged works.   This unique vision was a powerful view into this devastating time in my life.   Drawing became my lifeline to sanity, a way to deal with...more
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Invitation To Speak At Important Pain Conference

Kerrville, TX - February 26th, 2013

I am proud to announce I have accepted this speaking engagement which also comes with an art show at the Engine beginning March 8th. engine: propelling the creative community at www.feedtheengine.org 265 Main #103 PO Box 1681 Biddeford ME 04005 (207) 229 3560 Engine | Facebook | Twitter Biddeford ArtWalk | Facebook From: Ed Bilsky ebilsky@une.edu Subject: Pain Inquiry Message: Dear Karen, I am writing to see if I can get more information on the paintings you did related to chronic pain. I purchased a reproduction of one of your works through Fine Art America (Pain Slow Death Six) and have also become interested in the American Pain Society initiative to highlight the artwork of patients with chronic pain. My background is as a scientist is in the neurobiology of pain and I now head the research and scholarship group at the University of New England. ...

Halloween Art Show House Concert

Kerrville, TX - October 23rd, 2010

WHEN: Saturday, October 30 5:00pm - 10:00pm WHERE: Location Jason Weem's Place 709 Rio Grande Austin, TX WHAT: More Info Karen Musick and Jason Weems have teamed up to bring you THE place to be Saturday Evening the 30th of October. 5-10 PM- Art Showing by Karen Mitchell Musick - Musickscapes 7PM-Jason Weems 8PM- James Cook 9PM- Johann Wagoner BYO___ (...some refreshments provided) Costumes Welcome. Donations Appreciated Art for Sale! Karen does take credit/debit cards she will have originals on show and prints for sale from FineArt America. Can't wait to see you all at this confluence of events to create a dynamic and fulfilling evening.. Hope to see you there. Meet the artist, converse with the musicians, and have fun dressing up.

What The Mind Feels Is A 1st Angel Choice

Kerrville, TX - August 30th, 2010

Beth Edwards - 08/29/2010 10:49 PM: wrote to me the following to Karen Musick: ------------------------------------------------------------------ I have just been looking through your portfolio again. Some really great pictures there. I have just stopped doing a Pick of the Day on my site and have replaced it with a new section called 1stAngel Chooses.... It is fed through the magazine which has well over 1000 regular daily readers and many more off the cuff visitors. I would dearly love to add What the Mind Feels to that area if you wouldn't mind. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ So, please check back and often to see the article Karen wrote to accompany this image. Karen is excited about this opportunity to reach so many people with her moving and expressive work. Thank you

Booth At The Kerrville Music Festivals Wine And Music Weekend

Kerrville, TX - August 17th, 2010

Karen Musick once again presents the Landscapes of Her Mind at the 2010 Kerrville Wine and Music Festival to be held Labor Day Weekend, September 3 - 5 at Quiet Valley Ranch 8 miles southwest of Kerrville, Texas on Hwy 16 south. This is her third booth rental at this wonderful music festival and her booth is more like an outdoor art gallery. With six panels to represent the six colors in a rainbow, or a pallet of paints, each panel painted bright colors from Blue through the spectrum to Purple to showcase the intensity of her work. Her original paintings, which have an impact that is best shown in the photo included in this release. Folks who never grace an art gallery are drawn in by the bright colors and the subject matter of her work. Compared to Frida Kahlo on a regular basis, Karen's work also comes from a place of intense pain. She struggles daily with intractable nerve...