Self-Care Expert, Cassandra Russell is a gifted Speaker, Published Author, Fine Artist, Blogger, Psychic Innovator and Intuitive. Cassandra has a university background in Philosophy, Quantum Physics, Metaphysics and Social Science. Supermom to two tweens, she is also an award winning Family Studies Scholar. As an Essential Oils Enthusiast and Wellness Motivator, she promotes holistic health.
She has been an entrepreneur for over 20 years, creating countless innovative projects. Her corporate marketing and design experience includes working with bigger brands like Bell, Revlon, Dr.Scholl’s, Proctor & Gamble and many others. She also had a newspaper column called Artist's Ink for creatives. Cassandra also holds marketing certifications in Content Marketing and Conversion Sales. Cassandra speaks at women’s groups, business events, universities and hosts her own events.
As Founder of The Art Journalist Blog, she helps you become motivated to get the self-directed, joy filled, stress free life you desire.
As a Self-Care Expert, she helps you increase your Wealth and Well-being by showing you how to design your own Self-Care Practice. By amplifying your Self Worth, Self-Esteem and Self Promotion, you can build a notable life.
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MIXED MEDIA ECO-ARTIST
“As a Mixed Media Artist, my fine art and collage craft work has appeared in many magazines and art shows. I have sold countless pieces on-line, privately, in galleries and in shows.”
THE ART JOURNALIST TRAINING SCHOOL
I have been a Mixed Media Artist for the past 20 years. This means I have the ability to use many techniques and acquired secrets interchangeably in my design process. As I continued my exploration of how we process thought during my philosophy studies at university, I concluded that the human mind not only "wants to know" but needs ways of feeling complete. How can we get to to this place of completeness? I have found through an on-going art practice that a cycle of contentment can be created. This is an often overlooked part of whole living and well-being. This sense of completion and a regular creative practice leads to paintings like the one above.