March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month, and while the month might be nearing its end, it's not too late to check out this year's MSAA Art Showcase! I am so happy to announce that my images are featured among those of the other wonderful artists in this show, and I would be so honored to... Continue Reading →
Losing yourself, finding yourself, reaching out, a journey. Finding new ways to visually represent these pieces of self.
When we came in and sat on the couch, there was a ray of light perfectly illuminating an area of the already golden blanket.
A recent photo shoot. I'd been thinking about creating the first one for some time, and finally set aside the time and space. The next two came as I worked.
While art can be used very effectively in therapy while under the guidance of an art therapist, separate, on its own, made personally, it's often not. Art can be made to represent times of distress, but it doesn't replace those times in the artists psyche. Moreover, it cements them, memorializes them, it hopefully, someday, is... Continue Reading →