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Even though I've always made things, eons ago I chose to become a psychologist. I decided to stay in school as long as possible, research, study and treat the mind - intriguing! Already a student of buddhist meditation since my late teens, after graduate training I offered mindfulness and somatic approaches blended with cognitive behavioral therapy in my clinical practice. I sat with people, one at a time, for hours and hours over 30 years. You see and hear and feel a lot doing that work. 30 years of looking into faces, seeing how they are never still, always changing. In art I’m less interested in duplicating form than I am in trying to capture those flashes of intelligent self awareness - when a face signals understanding that she is both a witness and a participant.

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