Autumn Angel Art

For the next 8 weeks, I will be evaluating the book "Girls With Swords" written by speaker Lisa Bevere. Let's look and see what we think and feel about the contents of the pages, together, yes?

Lacy's poem, "Chivalry, Vileness, and Death" was written in 2005, but the relevance to our medieval story, "Escaping the Lair", is striking! Check it out by clicking here.

This week we are reviewing our activities with our Spiritual Warrior Profile sheet, which you can download at the link below:

"Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated."

   Autumn Angel Art is a team of artists.  They're also currently working to start a gaming company that creates and sells tabletop games, including card games, dice games, and board games. 

   This website is dedicated to the art that they create. If you are interested in the games that they are making, then please stay tuned.  You can follow Autumn Angel Art on Twitter, "Like" the team on Facebook, visit this site often, or subscribe to their blog.  They will update all four places when they have more to tell.  They are working to make a website for their company, and will announce it as it is published. 

   Meanwhile, please feel free to browse the website and see the art created by Autumn Angel Art. 

Art of Conception

As authors, we create our own worlds.  As artists, we feel the need to paint the world that we create, so that others can see it too.

Please give a listen to Lacy's current songs. "Fairy's Wish" was her first song in 2005, age 16.

  • Arpeggio Abduction4:02
  • Help Fukushima 1:01
  • Heaven's Kiss6:12
  • Kind Words (Flute Remix)4:58
  • Eternity- instrumental2:48
  • Fairy's Wish 2:02
  • Boldest! Live the flavor trailer1:10
  • Boldest Multiplayer1:06
  • Mount Chills (the Mountain of Snow)0:56
  • The Minstrel - Vocal3:55
  • The Minstrel3:45

Gallery

Art of Expression

Sometimes we have a scene in our head and so we paint it simply to express the thoughts we have.

- Wisdom of Confucius

Art of Photography

We like to play around with our camera.  When we do, sometimes our creativity is pricked with inspiration.  When it is, we like to act on that inspiration and create a new scene.