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T.L.

Tuyet-Lyn Arias,

 

 

"Creative expression has been a source of nourishment, therapy, safety and pleasure for me most of my life. For the last three years I have been moved to create self-portraits. My work is an exploration of the developing self in the context of the twisty strata of psyche, culture and history. I work with pen and ink, acrylics, collage and acrylic medium and am drawn to creating texture and depth with these mediums."

 

Tuyet-Lyn earned her MA in Expressive Arts Therapy from the California Institute of Integral Studies. She currently facilitates expressive art groups for women and serves as an intern at the Center For Creative Growth in Berkeley, CA.

 

 

American Dream (2004)

Acrylics, ink and molding paste

Flossing My Face (2005)

Pen and ink, medium and acrylics

Daimon (2007)

Pen and ink, collage, acrylic medium

American Dream (2004)

Acrylics, ink and molding paste

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The expressive arts combine the visual arts, movement, drama, music, writing and other creative processes to foster deep personal growth and community development. IEATA encourages an evolving multimodal approach within psychology, organizational development, community arts and education. By integrating the arts processes and allowing one to flow into another, we gain access to our inner resources for healing, clarity, illumination and creativity.

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