The Artful Way
Quinn and The Artful Way are dedicated to providing creative experiences that will increase joy, self-awareness and empowerment. Quinn is passionate about life and it shows in her art and her yoga classes.
Participants find out about these opportunities through word-of-mouth. So Tell your friends about the Artful Way.
You are invited to Suzanna & Aaron’s Happy Hour and Art Sale featuring art by Quinn on Saturday, Feb 8, 4-7 pm.
2915 Gaylord Street, Denver, CO 80205
Quinn believes that creating art can add joy to life and serve as a window to the soul. To accomplish this, she teaches art classes to adults. These ART ESCAPES are delightful journeys into creativity are enjoyed by people who wish to develop their artistic side in a supportive and nurturing setting.
Yoga will change your life! Yoga can increase your strength, flexibility, balance, and reduce your stress. It can ground you and bring calmness to your life.
A labyrinth is the a path to the center of the Soul. Quinn constructed a labyrinth on her property from 15 tons of rock. Take a look.
Great News - - I am this year's first place winner of The Unknown Writers' Contest sponsored by the DENVER WOMAN'S PRESS CLUB for my nonfiction essay "The Color of Love." For those of you readers, the essay is at the "News at Artful Way" page. I would love to hear your comments.
Follow Quinn's other writings at her blog. ( http://quinnreed.blogspot.com )
You may be receiving emails from an unscrupulous individual who is using our domain name as the return to address for a spam or unsolicited email campaign. This is commonly known as email "spoofing". Email spoofing may occur in different forms, but all have a similar result: a user receives email that appears to have originated from one source when it actually was sent from another source. Email spoofing is often an attempt to hide the identity of the actual sender of an unsolicited email message (aka spam).
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Unfortunately, there is no way that we can proactively prevent this from occurring. We are also getting inundated by returned mail notices because of this same unscrupulous individual. We have shut down our "catch-all" email, so address your email to us carefully.
We have reported this spoofing to our domain hosts and to the Federal Trade Commission. It began about October 7, 2006, and continues. It looks like it is coming out of Egypt. Not much we can do about it. Spam campaigns are usually short lived because the responsible party is constantly attempting to avoid detection. Spammers will change identity often.
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