artist, author, consultant
conceptual art and trauma related resourcess
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The joy of discovering I could do art
I never knew I could do art so the first time I drew a rock that looked like a rock at the age of 53
I was delighted . .
I worked in the field of trauma and abuse for thirty years. The thousands of people I worked with were my best teachers...more than the classes and books. Their wisdom and amazing resilience in the face of trauma and deep grief inspire all that I create and do.
I also am inspired by my family and those I have met in the last ten years as our family dealt with a series of losses and traumas that transformed us .For more about the lessons of transformation and my personal journey click here
This is a collection of stories and articles you said inspired you. Read and enjoy them here
Artist/author limited editions will be available soon for purchase .
This illustrated book on living well after childhood trauma is presented here in chapter form.
I like the idea that my art will touch many lives, like ripples in a pond. The originals are reasonably pricedso they can find that special new home.
I am a late blooming artist who discovered the gleeful joy of art at the age of 53. It could not have happened at a better time.
Each piece of art, each illustrated book and story has been a unique journey of discovery and connection. It provided me a way to not only transform grief and trauma but to also share the lessons so many others have taught me over the years.
I am delighted to share them with you.