News and New Art
Since taking a psychology class at the University of Alaska Anchorage (when I was in high school), I have been fascinated with the human brain, our perceptions, and how therapists can help people live more fulfilling lives. As an adult, art and psychology have been my two greatest passions.
Starting in January, I will begin pursuing a Masters in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University, Santa Barbara. I am very excited about this. Recently, I wrote a personal OpEd about the importance of mental health education. My experiences, my art and more will help inform my education going forward.
As reflected in my new work, Kaleidoscope (above), our lives are complex, dynamic, colorful and multi-faceted. Did you like looking through kaleidoscopes when you were little? Did you see yourself in them?
During the pandemic, I often walk to the ocean and find peace in the beauty of the waves and the vastness. of the horizons. This is shared in Endless Seas (above). I hope it brings you some serenity.