art & home
Values: I believe...
∞ that making and viewing art is essential to the health and happiness of the whole self.
∞ that making and viewing art supports desired and essenital change.
∞ that surrounding ourselves, homes and communal spaces with beauty inspires us to be present, creative,
and open to the truth of our experiences.
∞ that creating and viewing sacred beauty supports the development of self-awareness,
emotional intelligence, creative genius, and ultimately more vibrantly resilient communities starting with the self.
Mission: to facilitate beautification practices that recliam the creative process as a means for
valuable learning that transforms objects, spaces and communities through creative renewal...
Vision: Beautiful spaces inside and out representing a community of conscious collaborators with shared values coming together to transform our ecological, social and economic landscapes.
Art to nourish the soul. Sustainable, eco-friendly designs to protect the Earth.
In addition to their beauty and recent popularity, terrariums offer us a contemplative maintenance practice that connects us to nature's cycles on a minituature scale. Gardening is good for the body, mind, and soul. And when your terrarium containers come from old outcast objects, its good for the environment too.
I focus on organizing and transforming objects and spaces in efficient, functional, and aesthetically pleasing ways. Through ritual, intention setting, functional assessment and mindfulness practices, spaces can become energizing or soothing offering restoration, productivity, or movement of merchandise.
Classes, Worskshops, & Community Events
I do regular collaborations with other local artists, educators, and organizations to produce various community events like workshops and Popups. As an active community artist, I am honored to have worked with brilliant, motivated, and inspiring community activists & educators who understand the value of creativity for developing community and welcoming change.
Sound like we're both on the transition team?
Reach out. Let's make something happen!