Abstract Digital Photo Painting Portfolio

POST-TRAUMATIC GROWTH:  Improving one’s sense of wellbeing using art, creative writing, photography and blogging – my journey written by ©Karen Robinson.  Please click here for my latest blog news!



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About Abstract Digital Photo Painting:-

Abstract Digital Photo Painting was another way I could be creative!  The whole process from selecting the subject matter; to setting up the photo shot; to uploading and then selecting photos to digitally manipulate into abstract digital painting art work pieces – proved to be most therapeutic.  It totally engaged my thinking processes thus alienating disabling thoughts and emotions.  It was a great pathway into using art for therapy.  Please click on Abstract Digital Photo Painting for more information.

To view the images below in a slide show, please hover of the selected image and click on.

 

FOOTNOTE:

The process of painting, painting story writing and digital photo painting has offered me a way of expressing thoughts and emotions which can be difficult to say out loud.  I also came to understanding that art can be a very powerful way of communicating with others.  Therapy via art gave me a voice…

My art therapy journey has been an important part of recent years and still will be an important part in years to come.  I am hoping that by sharing my art therapy journey, will inspire others, to take up art therapy to find their voice – in order to be able to move forward in most difficult of times.  Art Therapy has brought me now to a much better place where I find myself being able to seek joy in each day.  As an ongoing process, I will be blogging about my art therapy journey “moving forward” and expand on how others have used/are using art therapy to assist physical and emotional well-being.  I hope you will join me!

 


© Karen Robinson – March 2014

POST-TRAUMATIC GROWTH:  Improving one’s sense of wellbeing using art, creative writing, photography and blogging – my journey written by ©Karen Robinson.  Please click here for my latest blog news!



					

12 thoughts on “Abstract Digital Photo Painting Portfolio

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    • Hello Barb – thank you for taking the time out to view my weblog, it is much appreciated. Yes I am a lover of taking photos and take photos of all the work that I do. I firstly download them onto my computer and resize them for ‘web uee’ for my weblog. Once I have done this, I them upload into my weblog gallery for use. This ensures they upload as quickly as possible when someone visits my weblog. I do print off one single photo copy of my art work and place in my Portfolio of art work for a hard copy reference. As you have said, art can be life saving and I am so glad you have been able to use art to help with your wellbeing. I really loved your painting of the elephant, it is so touching and at the same time very powerful. Keep on painting and telling your story…sincerely Karen

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