‘A painting is never finished – it simply stops in interesting places.’
~ Paul Gardner
Like the painting that ‘simply stops in interesting places,’ my recent artist’s date and afternoon of conversation with art therapist Amy Maricle of Foxboro Art Therapy could have kept going on without ever feeling finished. There is just so much to talk about and share when it comes to our experiences as artists and art therapists.
We thought it could be interesting and inspiring to record part of our dialogue in order to share it with our readers. We took turns interviewing each other about our experiences as artists, art therapists, and what drew us to the field of art therapy. We are excited to continue meeting, collaborating, and hopefully sharing an ongoing open-ended conversation about the field.
Here is a link to Amy’s blog where you can listen to my interview:
Please check back soon to read more about our artist’s date and hear Amy’s interview. I will be posting more in depth about our time together! In the meantime, enjoy exploring Amy’s blog and head over to her Facebook page to stay up to date with the latest posts, shared articles, and inspiration!
Site: Foxboro Art Therapy
Facebook: Maricle Counseling
|Our art journals side by side ~ on their own artist date!