Westword Magazine Online Interview Artist Warren Stokes

Warren Stokes makes maze art.
Amanda Pampuro

Artist Warren Stokes Has ‘Mazing Back-to-School

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Proud to share my Westword interview with art writer Amanda Pampuro. We discussed back to school and the old school. Check out the new piece “Extinction, Evolve?” 

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ShowBombing! Denver’s urban jungle????

 

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Please enjoy Extinction, Evolve? the live showbomb in the heart of Denver’s thickest and most dangerous urban jungle.

Mazing Motivation: Mirror time

4 square maze by Warren Stokes

If you’re searching for that one person that will change your life, take a look in the mirror.

I love this statement as it’s an example of our power to succeed and win in life. Everything we need from happiness to healing is in us!

Enjoy the art therapy and please share any drawings you complete!

Want greener grass? Water it! Mazing Motivation

Maze 364 by Warren Stokes

“The grass is greener where you water it.” Neil Barringham

I chose the quote because not only does it make sense, It is a option I never considered.

The quote provides proof that we are in control of our lives and how we choose to respond. Powerful words to inspire action towards our life purpose!

Mazing Motivation: Practice may not make perfect but definitely a better maze!

Maze 4 by Warren Stokes

This is maze 4 of 700+ and I have to say looking back that practice definitely helps. Although Im impressed with the pieces and the design its was definitely basic to what I’m creating now. The maze was drawn in pencil and traced in sharpie on a 8×11 piece of paper and probably took 3 weeks to complete. In comparison I could draw the same piece with a animal in it in less than an hour!

I never could have gotten to maze 700 without number 4 and I’m grateful and inspired by the journey of haven drawn and developed my mazing style. As well as the art therapy the maze work has provided along the way.