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Lynda Anne Williams is the artisan who began Magic Gypsy Cosmetics and is also the eponym of Lynda Anne Artful Living Department Store. Lynda Anne writes an Artful Living blog about artful living, fashion, life style, and home decor recommendations. She restores antiques and collectibles. She leases her collection for staging, promotions, and events. She provides artful living in nature camping experiences on her recreational land. She leads photography tours of the Golden Gate Bridge. She creates marketing and advertising materials for clients including video, print, and in-person promotional. She does voice overs, modeling and guest spots on social media and podcast shows. Lynda Anne has a Bachelor of Science in Recreation, a Master of Art in Leadership, and a Master of Divinity in Administration, graduating cum laude. She is currently working on her MFA in Graphic Design.
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Originally from Los Angeles, I now live in San Francisco, enjoying Nor Cal in the summers and the deserts in the winter, with a few pit stop in between. I found my artistic voice meandering between my early career in recreation and a later career in hospice as a Chaplain/Bereavement Counselor. Through my own personal journey of renewal, and through the companioning of courageous grieving souls (of whom I am ever indebted), I have come to realize how important artistic self expression is to our spiritual development, growth and healing. Expressing ourselves is healing. Witnessing another human being’s journey through self expression is also healing. Art heals. It just does.
My passions, some of which include photography, drawing, gardening, painting, and wood work, are naturally my favorite sources of inspiration and renewal. I fully embrace the philosophy of re-creating the mind, body, and soul through self-expression – and play! Nothing is more descriptive of play to me than creating art. Each of us enjoys the opportunity to – and faces the responsibility of – exploring and implementing our own means of self expression. My hope is that we can share, and grow, and companion with one another along the way.
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