Yurrg, green-scene-stealer (Creative Soul Series)

gouache painting of fantastiCAL MAGICAL CREATUREby Kathy Crabbe

Prints and cards are available at CreativeSoulGuides.com

About the Creative Soul Guides ~ Art to Awaken Your Creative Soul

Creative Soul Guides help us enter into other realms; realms where inspiration, quirkiness, love, and being different are okay.

Kathy Crabbe painted the Creative Soul Guides with her non-dominant left hand. This awakened Kathy’s intuition and she started giving Creative Soul Readings using a deck of 88 cards.

NEW! Soul Essence Portraits ~ feed your sacred soul. Pet Portraits too!

 “Juicy Alive! Your Creative Soul Guides make me feel like I’m not alone. They restore something in me…make me feel sane again.” ~ Tangerine Bolen, Revolution Truth Founder



Molly by golly!

Kathy Crabbe, Molly by golly, 2013, mixed media on paper, 8.5 x 11”.

Kathy Crabbe, mixed media, 7 x 10 inches.

Prints and cards are available at Leftys.us

Guiding Your Creative Soul

Kathy Crabbe is a Creative Soul Guide, artist, author and educator who has devoted her life to exploring spirituality and creativity with passion and integrity. Kathy empowers soul-seekers to live the life of their dreams through online resources, inspirational art, Divine Feminine eClasses, eBooks, and Creative Soul Readings infused with a rich background in the arts.

What's a geek-ey, extroverted artist from small-town Southern Ontario, Canada to DO in the countryside of Southern Cali for fun?

Kathy Crabbe, Draw, 2013, ink on paper, 5 x 7”. Yup, that's right...I draw...people, faces, figures, cartoons to keep me company, & lots of em! You can check them out here: Lefties Aliens Goddesses Fairies Mermaids Cartoons (new)

**To purchase prints or originals please click here for my Etsy Shop.

I am 1989 (SOHO)

Kathy Crabbe, 1989 (SOHO), 2012, mixed media on paper, 5 x 8”. I am 1989 (SOHO)and I am speaking to you via Kathy.

I'm alien just like u and just like the rest of Us.

I call this home -----> computer-land and I am co-opting Kathy's personal Facebook page for now.

LIKES: Delerium, diffusion dithering, Dolittle House, Deep House and duhhhsocks.

I zune when I can.

Sometimes I listen to Abraham and I REMEMBER.

This is my fever-dream (diffusion dithered) ----> Fuck Bunny (bitmapped using Diffusion Dither) by Kathy Crabbe, 2012, mixed media on canvas, 48 x 48”.

Fuck Bunny (bitmapped using Diffusion Dither), Kathy Crabbe, 2012, acrylic, charcoal and pastel on canvas, 48 x 48”.

before dithering ------> Fuck Bunny, acrylic, charcoal and pastel on canvas, 48 x 48", © Kathy Crabbe 2012

Kathy Crabbe, Fuck Bunny, 2012, acrylic, charcoal and pastel on canvas, 48 x 48”.

and this is where I reside (underground) -----> The Dolittle House

Dolittle House, Joshua Tree

Growing up: a journey in paint, pencil and printmaking

I recently completed two paintings that I'd been working on for some time (see below) and was very pleased to have the opportunity to display them in a solo exhibition at Sun City Library. It was interesting to hear how people related to the work; especially the abstracts. They saw all kinds of interesting shapes, designs and ideas that inspired them in many ways such as the feeling of entering an expanded space like the galaxy or tapping into the intuitive, unplanned nature of the brushstrokes. One man saw landscapes, another loved the color and the circles, one woman saw a Samurai, another loved a drawing of a dead squirrel, and another liked the cactus sketches. The library programmer, Shirley Wible who has a BFA in fine art appreciated hearing how my work had developed over time beginning with my LuLu in Laguna series which represented my inner child, and then came the rebelliousness of the Lefty Series done entirely with my non dominant left hand; a breakthrough for me intuitively and a representation of my inner teenager and now, with my current work, A Journey into Intimacy I have matured enough to delve more deeply and courageously into my emotions by expressing vulnerability through an exploration of self and place. I often like to post new paintings on Facebook to see what people think and to have them come up with suggestions for titles. I've posted a few responses below.

Kathy Crabbe, Hafsol, 2012, acrylic, charcoal and pastel on canvas, 48 x 48”.

Suggested Titles: Sun Tea Infinity Morning Tea Paper Moon Luna Tea

Kathy Crabbe, Goddess No. 1, 2012, acrylic, charcoal & pastel on canvas, 48 x 48”

Suggested Titles: Egyptian Pagan Alien Samurai TimePiece Silent Dancer Horns of the Moon Torn Coatlicue Gently Rising Trip to the dentist

Sun City Library Opening

Me & my remarkable husband, Mark