As a professional artist and an exciting creativity facilitator Cheryl Jones Evans will ignite your exuberant, expressive creative self. She is a passionate well-seasoned leader with more than 28 years in all facets of the visual arts industry and 18 years of creativity facilitating. Cheryl holds a BA in Arts Management (UMASS) has been listed with Florida Department of Cultural Affairs as a presenter, the Creativity Coaching Association, the Florida Arts in Education Association, and the National Independent Artists Association. She served on the City of Casselberry Parks and Recreation Advisory Board as the Arts liaison and currently serves on the Leesburg Center for the Arts board as the director of Artistic Community Building. She actively facilitates The Central Florida Artist’s Way Group, has instructed classes at a small private college, conducts weekend creativity seminars, and regularly facilitates other spiritually based creative and art marketing classes with arts organizations all over the state of Florida.

Oh....and she actively, passionately, constantly CREATES!

Tuesday, January 4, 2011


I (and other artist friends of mine) declared 2011 the year of restoration! We made it through the emotional and economic storms of the last couple of years and are ready to reclaim our talents, self-esteem and confidence. It is indeed time to be restored!

However, I must confess that I am getting a bit greedy! I have decided that I do not want to simply be restored; I want to be fantastic! I have been through hell and back, I deserve so much more than to simply be restored. I have survived, grown and learned. I am worthy of so much more than mere restoration!

At the risk of sounding audacious, I am announcing to the universe, plain restoration is just not enough for me anymore.
I am expecting a new beginning!
I am expecting a RENAISSANCE!

1 comment:

Shari said...

I love it Cheryl! I feel the same way. As part of my mantra for the new year, I have been telling the Universe..."Ok, Universe, I am ready for you to freak me out!"