An idealistic, intense, emotional, creative, relationship-centric , fiercely loyal, devoted and loving, embodied, and process-oriented artist/therapist, creating my life at the intersection of heart/body/mind. Mother to two gifted, homeschooled kids, one in a Ph.D. program at MIT, the other recently graduated from MIT. Exhibiting fine-art photographer, dancer, sometimes architect. Have a yoga and mindfulness practice.
I am currently: finding my voice in this latest evolution of my life's work....as an Expressive Arts Therapist I work with elders with dementia and Alzheimer's Disease.
Creating images inspired by the words: gorgeous, luminous, elegant, sublime, evocative, hauntingly beautiful.
Gratefully savoring the gift of being the mother to my two beloved grown children.
Practicing to be present with grace, with open-heartedness, and with skill with what is unfolding in my life.
Creating and cultivating, through a continually evolving process that is occurring at the intersection of imagination and improvisation and reflection, the best use of my life’s moments and my life's energy.
Seeking to make a continual contribution, no matter how small.
Learning.... I love learning.... learning about learning, about the creative process, about mind, about our experience of being alive, about the nature of reality. I love climbing the curve, and cracking the code of learning...I thrive on having insights and seeing organizing principles. I love tapping in and being in flow.
As a student of the mind.... I experience perfection when graced with seeing "the truth of the matter."
As an artist... I am brought to my knees by beauty.
As a dancer...I am transported into bliss by music.
As a lover of words... of ideas... I am wooed by their nuanced power to create and communicate the most subtle of tones...
As a student of relationships with self, with another, with others, with the world.... I am wonder-filled with each discovery.
As an idealist and perfectionist ...I am smitten with work well done... with brilliance and creativity in its infinite forms.