Sad Girl, Bad Girl and I
Barbara has been creative her whole life. She began as a child drawing and that passion grew inside her. Barbara traded her pencil art for textile art, and went on to create visual art, and writes memoriors. Barbara is a proud mother and grandmother.
Barbara uses mixed media, to create a visual images that will hang on the wall, using wood, fabric, metals, in lots of combinations in her creations. She was shy and thought she didn't have much to say, but through her creativity she found her voice. Barbara has shared her voice through stories and has shared with others the experiences that have shaped her and her thoughts. She had to learn what to believe from her inner voice verses what the adults around her were telling her.
Barbara's latest book explores the experiences of life from the perspective of "Sad Girl" and "Bad Girl". People resonate with surpressing the feelings that people feel every day as they grow up.
Barbara's words of wisdom are to ensure that you are tapping into your creativity. Find what it is that you need that makes you happy. Barbara reminds us the value of creativity, which for her is medative alone time, and nourishes her soul.
You can learn more about Barbara's story, her books and her creativity by visiting her website - BarbaraCarterArtist.com.
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Special thanks to Patrick Thompson for the music and Sam Theriault (my 13 year old son) for video editing.