Rhonda Radford -Adams is a native Houstonian and life-trained artist whose intentions it is to create a style of artwork that inspires well being. In 2000, Rhonda’s passion for promoting social health awareness and community creativity lead to a collective vision as co-founder of the Museum of Cultural Arts Houston (MOCAH). Included in the MOCAH ... more
Marlene Alexander, painter, teacher, former hospital arts coordinator and musician graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Mo. with a BFA degree in painting and printmaking. She founded a children's art school, CREATIVE ARTS in 1976, teaching all mediums of creative expression. In 1990 she founded the Arts in the Hospital program ... more
B.A. 1960 Social Studies. Self-taught artist. Many careers and lots of community volunteer work. Finally a full-time artist and writer. Author of "Depression Visible: The Ragged Edge" -- part memoir, part self-help, part art. This book illustrates depressive and bipolar illness and gives hope and encouragement to sufferers. It shows the joy of living ... more
Colleen Attara creates three-dimensional joyful art for healing spaces made from reclaimed materials. She specializes in designing art installations that are both eco-friendly and engaging for pediatric patients and their parents. Her favorite repurposed materials include business signs that are taken down and replaced and an array of other discarded ... more
Digital Media, Drawing, Fibers, Graphic/Multimedia, Mixed Media, Painting
I am an acccomplished creative professional who possesses a fine art & textile surface design background within the textile and graphic design fields.
I have transitioned into Clinical Art Therapy. I am currently attending CW Post Long Island University.
Art therapy has become an extension of my career that goes beyond the asethics and connects ... more
Donna Betts, PhD, ATR-BC, is an Assistant Professor in the George Washington University Graduate Art Therapy Program. She holds a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, an MA in Art Therapy from GW, and a PhD in Art Education with a specialization in Art Therapy from Florida State University (FSU). She has served on the Boards of Directors ... more
Primarily a self-taught artist, Casey had generous guidance at Carol MacDonald’s Vermont print studio, Burlington City Arts, Shelburne Art Center, Vermont Studio Center, Penland School of Craft, and from Lisa F. Beach. She has volunteered in the Art from the Heart pediatric program at Fletcher Allen Hospital in Burlington, VT, has served on the board ... more
Besides his work as an artist, Richard Bonk has a Masters of Education degree in Counseling and has worked in healthcare, counseling, human services, research and education for over 25 years with a focus in preventative, complimentary and alternative medicine and mind-body approaches to physical, psychological and spiritual health and wellness. He ... more
Rusti Brandman, Ph.D., dancer, choreographer, educator, consultant, presenter, author, and administrator, is a Shands Arts in Medicine Dancer in Residence and emeritus faculty at the University of Florida. She began facilitating dance at the hospital bedside in 1996 and co-founded and co-directed the Center for the Arts in Healthcare Research and Education. ... more
I am a self taught artist who created my own "Art as Therapy" programs geared towards but not exclusive to those suffering adversity and pain. Included in my workshops is a journal writing technique that is based on Lucia Capaccione's books, as I am a trained supervisor in her methods. I have been teaching for over 30 years and enjoy creating my own ... more