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Hello!

I'm Tasha Nichole King

I live and work in Sacramento, CA. I received my Bachelor of Science degree in Finance in 2002 at Sacramento State University, CA. After reaching a state of burnout and depression in 2018, after 15 years of state government service, I was at a crossroads in my life, feeling lost and unsure of my purpose.

 

I decided for the sake of my health and sanity to take a leap of faith, following my heart to pursue my calling as an artist, and soon found myself immersed in art and the process of creating it. 

 

What I discovered through that exploration was that art gave me a way to heal. Painting helped me process emotions, focus on the present moment, and heal in ways nothing else could.

 

And not only did it help me heal, but it also gave me the opportunity to use that healing energy to help others by creating paintings that would make them feel good, evoke emotion, explore within and elevate and beautify their spaces.

 

I exhibited my work for the first time at an art pop up at Oak Park First Friday’s at the Brickhouse Art Gallery in September 2019.

 

I am an abstract painter. My paintings illustrate the emotional effects on the mind, body and spirit.  Through the use of vibrant colors, shapes, and bold brush strokes my paintings evoke a spiritual connection. My art is created out of love and is centered around well-being and connection which I like to call expressions of spiritual light.

My mission is to spread love, light and help others heal through art. I wish to leave more beauty in the world so that others can experience joy, happiness, love, and peace.

 

May my art touch your heart and soul, offer healing through my story and be a source of inspiration and empowerment for others to follow their soul’s path.

 

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