Using iOrnament iPad app. Initial thought is that it's too "automatic" and mindless but one of the clients in the Neuropsychiatric Unit took to it very purposefully and developed a whole range of similar iOrnament images with intent, control and thoughtfulness. I love the app now for it's "mandala-like" sense of focus, mindfulness and engagement but also for the ability to use it to create beautiful outcomes with intent OR unconscious randomness…

Using iOrnament iPad app. Initial thought is that it's too "automatic" and mindless but one of the clients in the Neuropsychiatric Unit took to it very purposefully and developed a whole range of similar iOrnament images with intent, control and thoughtfulness. I love the app now for it's "mandala-like" sense of focus, mindfulness and engagement but also for the ability to use it to create beautiful outcomes with intent OR unconscious randomness…

"Fear of the Unknown - Beyond My Control" http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

"Fear of the Unknown - Beyond My Control" http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

Hand castings... a tactile and often affect eliciting activity.  http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry  'NeuropsychArtistry' - Art and Neuropsychiatric Illnesses | Indiegogo

'NeuropsychArtistry' - Art and the Brain

Using iOrnament iPad app. Initial thought is that it's too "automatic" and mindless but one of the clients in the Neuropsychiatric Unit took to it very purposefully and developed a whole range of similar iOrnament images with intent, control and thoughtfulness. I love the app now for it's "mandala-like" sense of focus, mindfulness and engagement but also for the ability to use it to create beautiful outcomes with intent OR unconscious randomness…

Using iOrnament iPad app. Initial thought is that it's too "automatic" and mindless but one of the clients in the Neuropsychiatric Unit took to it very purposefully and developed a whole range of similar iOrnament images with intent, control and thoughtfulness. I love the app now for it's "mandala-like" sense of focus, mindfulness and engagement but also for the ability to use it to create beautiful outcomes with intent OR unconscious randomness…

Using iOrnament iPad app. Initial thought is that it's too "automatic" and mindless but one of the clients in the Neuropsychiatric Unit took to it very purposefully and developed a whole range of similar iOrnament images with intent, control and thoughtfulness. I love the app now for it's "mandala-like" sense of focus, mindfulness and engagement but also for the ability to use it to create beautiful outcomes with intent OR unconscious randomness…

Using iOrnament iPad app. Initial thought is that it's too "automatic" and mindless but one of the clients in the Neuropsychiatric Unit took to it very purposefully and developed a whole range of similar iOrnament images with intent, control and thoughtfulness. I love the app now for it's "mandala-like" sense of focus, mindfulness and engagement but also for the ability to use it to create beautiful outcomes with intent OR unconscious randomness…

Using iOrnament iPad app. Initial thought is that it's too "automatic" and mindless but one of the clients in the Neuropsychiatric Unit took to it very purposefully and developed a whole range of similar iOrnament images with intent, control and thoughtfulness. I love the app now for it's "mandala-like" sense of focus, mindfulness and engagement but also for the ability to use it to create beautiful outcomes with intent OR unconscious randomness…

Using iOrnament iPad app. Initial thought is that it's too "automatic" and mindless but one of the clients in the Neuropsychiatric Unit took to it very purposefully and developed a whole range of similar iOrnament images with intent, control and thoughtfulness. I love the app now for it's "mandala-like" sense of focus, mindfulness and engagement but also for the ability to use it to create beautiful outcomes with intent OR unconscious randomness…

"Fraying At The Edges" - Expressing with acrylic paints dripped, swirled and blown...  http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry 9 days to go...

"Fraying At The Edges" - Expressing with acrylic paints dripped, swirled and blown... http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry 9 days to go...

http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

Art and the Addams Family - "Gomez, darling! Don't move!"

"The Addams Family" - How does an artist know when it is just right? When what they are putting onto canvas truly communicates the full gestalt or tot.

A "QuickFlick" for "NeuropsychArtistry"  - Art and Neuropsychiatric Illnesses

Researching the impact of art therapy in neuropsychiatric illnesses: Young-Onset Dementia;

"A History of Family Violence (with Conversion Disorder)" http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

"A History of Family Violence (with Conversion Disorder)" http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

"Pathways" http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

"Pathways" http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

"MRI" http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

"MRI" http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

"Fragmentation" http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

"Fragmentation" http://indiegogo.com/projects/neuropsychartistry

Using iOrnament iPad app. Initial thought is that it's too "automatic" and mindless but one of the clients in the Neuropsychiatric Unit took to it very purposefully and developed a whole range of similar iOrnament images with intent, control and thoughtfulness. I love the app now for it's "mandala-like" sense of focus, mindfulness and engagement but also for the ability to use it to create beautiful outcomes with intent OR unconscious randomness…

Using iOrnament iPad app. Initial thought is that it's too "automatic" and mindless but one of the clients in the Neuropsychiatric Unit took to it very purposefully and developed a whole range of similar iOrnament images with intent, control and thoughtfulness. I love the app now for it's "mandala-like" sense of focus, mindfulness and engagement but also for the ability to use it to create beautiful outcomes with intent OR unconscious randomness…

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