A sit down with artist Flora Bowley

A sit down with artist Flora Bowley

This week I’m sharing the interview I did with visionary artist, workshop facilitator and inspirationalist Flora Bowley.

Moving from painting in isolation to being of service, Flora discovered that her passion for teaching led to financial success, a publishing deal and licensing opportunities.

We discuss her journey, the ways her relationship with money has shifted, and the grace with which she has learned to receive.

Luna Jaffe is a Certified Financial Planner, visual artist, author and professional speaker. She holds a Master's Degree in depth psychology and is the founder and CEO of Lunaria Financial based in (yet not limited to) Portland, Oregon.

11 Comments

  1. Sheila 3 years ago

    Loved listening to Flora’s story and learn more about her. I look forward to more of your interviews Luna :)

  2. Suzanne 3 years ago

    Flora is inspirational. Thanks.

  3. Annamieka 3 years ago

    Luna, what a treat! I feel like I just got to watch an intimate chat with my favorite two local Portland creative business rockstars! You and Flora are my heroes and have each been important teachers for me recently as I embark on my entrepreneurial work. Much love to you both!

  4. linda mezzetti 3 years ago

    so inspiring! Wish I lived around the Portland area…unfortunately all the way in Australia!

  5. Stacie Flint 3 years ago

    Loved the flow of conversation between two juicy women who seem fulfilled in their process, ability to share, are satisfying a need, and are self sustaining. As an artist myself it is great to offer an example of another artist with natural confidence making it…it is clear that Flora is very aligned with her soul purpose, and being entrepreneurial also natural to her. Luna keeps putting those finance ideas out there which seem opposed to creativity but necessary. Intuitive Creativity seems open ended, Money seems precise and unforgiving. I know it is not money that is unforgiving, but my attitude about it. Have to find it’s friendliness. Looking for my own way to create and serve. Thanks for the interview, really liked it.

  6. Debra 3 years ago

    Such a great interview. I really appreciated your direct questions and conversation with Flora about money! Thank you for an interesting and informative chat.

  7. Juna 3 years ago

    Great interview and exactly on the right moment for me! Have shared it on my blog.

  8. Bea 3 years ago

    Thank you for this very inspiring interview!

  9. Amy C 3 years ago

    What a great conversation! I really needed to hear it. I am an artist who is aspiring to make her craft into a “real” job! I feel I have a lot to offer if I could only find the right outlets… I have that problem of so many choices and possibilities that I don’t take action on any! I suppose I should just pick something and go for it!

  10. Tanna Orr 3 years ago

    Thank you for sharing such inspiration information!

  11. Claire 3 years ago

    Hi Luna, thank you for this interview. Very inspiring. Just what I needed today. Claire

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