Shhh… shhh… can you hear it? That beautiful alone time? Shhh… shhh. Can you hear them? The quiet comrades? Shhh… shhh. Would you
When walking my dog, I usually carry a book. Sometimes I read the book voraciously as Tobey walks at will. Sometimes I just carry the
I chose these pieces for my donation to the North Shore Restorative Justice Gala 2013 as they reflect the dialogue created through art with youth-at-risk.
I’m loving the dialogue bubble post-its that I found at… I can’t remember where. You can cut out dialogue bubbles if need be as well.
A great art therapy exercise for Dad is to draw with an end goal, as it keeps him focused. His latest letter to his granddaughter, Anna
Week 8 Part 3 Otto Dix I adore this portrait by Otto Dix. Let’s simply revel in reproducing it and adding poetry to it.
Week 8 Part 2 Otto Dix As with George Grosz, I’m using the book LUSTMORD as my main resource this week. Look at Otto Dix’s paintings. See
Week 8 Part 1 Otto Dix OTTO DIX: Wilhelm Heinrich Otto Dix 2 December 1891 – 25 July 1969) was a German painter and printmaker, noted
Week 7 Part 4 Willem de Kooning Find a de Kooning in nature: Draw something or someone in your environment: de Koonify it: Next artist:
Week 7 Part 3 Willem de Kooning Artists do not work in a vacuum. I am fascinated by artists in relationships. Frida/ Diego Camille/ Auguste
My painting “Morfar’s Klass” (28″ x 40″) (acrylic on canvas) will be raffled ($20 ticket, 3 for $40, 10 for $100) on January 21, 2012
My father had a massive stroke 5 years ago and art has essentially saved his life by rekindling his spirit. Check out his project The
This post dedicated to my mother, Karin, who suffered so much loss, but lived and loved so fiercely. — My Diary, 1977 SÖDERTÄLJE– translated from Swedish,
My father (now 80) had a massive stroke 5 years ago and art has essentially saved his life by rekindling his spirit. His mind is
Time soon to open up the art therapy room!
The Downtown Eastside Centre for the Arts provides opportunities for creative exploration, engagement, and expression in the heart of the city. Through participation in theatre,
The Rosa Parks Center, home to female juvenile offenders, is located on the William Woods University campus. Established by a reciprocal partnership between the Missouri
There is nothing quite as thrilling as facilitating the artistic expression in a youth who was previously unaware of their gift. Certain students stand out
Ezekiel- Eric Rothman Art Therapy Research MAP640B Janice Hoshino, Ph.D., ATR-BC December 11, 2002 ABSTRACT This study investigates the therapeutic effectiveness of using art therapy in
by Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D. Gifted Development Center Talented children and youth who are disruptive, or violent, or delinquent, or just poor students are a
Curious? VISIT: SOCK MONKEY MONTHLY !
The Center for Young Women’s Development (CYWD) is one of the first non-profits in the United States run and led entirely by young women. From