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An Art Therapy Student’s Resolutions for the New Year

My New Year resolutions are usually the same every year: be healthier, be nicer, and appreciate the simple things. But this year felt different. For some reason I lit a candle and mediated. I felt there was something specific I needed to hear for 2014. I hope that sharing with the SWC community is a…
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Alligator Allchemy

72" x 36" chalk on paper This image was created one summer day on the back of a large scroll of paper flattened and taped to the floor of my garage. Art for me is an attempt to make the invisible experiences of life visible. And so even as I grasp for the formless in…
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Self Portrait

by Deb Schroder, Copyright 2010 3 canvases, mixed media (collage, watercoler, acryllic), 3' x 4' I’m happy to share my tree images – they were meaningful to me as a process and visually satisfying to me as a finished piece. I like to hang on to the art that I create during Open Studios and…
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Final Mandala for Archetypal Psych, Spring 2011

by, Nicole Morgan, Copyright 2012 colored pencils and pen on paper For this project I pieced together several different images that came out of active imagination exercises.  When I finished an active imagination drawing, I scanned it in to my computer then printed it out so I could isolate and cut out specific images that…
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Rainbow Bridge

by Jocelyn Elder, Copyright 2012   I am a SWC alumnus '93. "Rainbow Bridge" was one of a series of paintings I created in my recovery from cancer. Each painting that I did at that time of my life spoke to me, giving me information about what I needed to do (on a psychospiritual level) to heal.Although…
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