Mental health and Art
When I spent some money earlier in the year on PR we looked at how the impact of art on my mental health would be suitable for some publications – today the online edition of the October edition of Happiful magazine features me and my art in the True life section.
I will have a print version of the article soon and will share this on display in the shop because it says essentially why I offer the activity #artforfun and why I emphasise the process rather than the outcome.
I also have to thank many people in the local community who have visited the shop since opening on the 1st, or seen me around town or elsewhere and commented on how I look lighter in mood, more relaxed, at ease, at home in my new base. Your support and interest in how I am doing is very touching and from a much greater variety of people than I might have ever predicted.
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