So I'm not the biggest on self introductions, but I am glad to be here on Team Herstun. My name Ian Harrow. I'm a self-taught animator & mixed-media artist. I've always had a passion for drawing and creating. The first time I met Herstun, I was no more than 10 years old. Sitting behind her, … Continue reading E-N!TheAnimation
Continued from Episode 1 -- In the Beginning, i was a girl Who am I ? What am I? Damaged. IF You believe you are dirt. THEN You believe you deserve to be treated like dirt. You do stupid shit when you don’t believe in yourself. I wanted to feel loved, accepted, valued, beautiful. I … Continue reading In The Beginning — I Did Not Know. — Verse 1 — Becoming Aamir feat. Julia S. Powell Art
A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in setting of silver.Proverbs 25:11, English Standard Version I really like this verse, because it is a beautiful picture of the value of words when spoken at the right time. Words have value. They lift other people up. Encourage. They can be precious and so meaningful … Continue reading Wednesday Devotional — the Power of Words by HumblyJLee feat. Hazemsdesigns
Last night, I watched Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta -- Yes, reality TV, remember this is a guilt-free zone. -- I cringed while watching Spice -- the self-proclaimed Dance Hall queen -- speak about wanting to bleach her skin so that she can be a successful music artist in the United States. Spice's bleached-light skin and … Continue reading Pretty. BROWN. Girl. by Queen feat. Marcus the Visual
I used to have a sister, although we'd never met. She used to tell me that I was beautiful, and made me promise not to forget. My sister was so cool, brown-skinned and sweet. The whole world loved my sister! They turned her name into a street. My sister was for the cause, and we … Continue reading I Used To Have A Sister… by Jazzo feat. Murjoni
Murjoni popped up while on a search for contemporary pottery artists. The goal was to find young, cool, sophisticaed potters that were making the ancient art of pottery hip again. There is something about messages sent via sculpture and pottery that transmit subconscious ideas about power and beauty. "... three-dimensional works of art have withstood … Continue reading Sculptor Spotlight — Murjoni
“I have the nerve to walk my own way, however hard, in my search for reality, rather than climb upon the rattling wagon of wishful illusions.” - Letter from Zora Neale Hurston to Countee Cullen Zora with an unidentified man in Belle Glade, Florida life summary The above quote is the first thing featured prominently on … Continue reading Author Spotlight — Zora Neale Hurston
I know that I'm a little behind but I'm going to check off what I've read on here and definitely do some book reviews on the ones that I pick up this year!! -- My 2019 Reading List is REEAADDDYYY!
Coming soon! A brief overview of conservative writer, Roger Scruton.
“When men stop believing in God, it isn't that they then believe in nothing: they believe in everything.”