Chelsea Delaney was involved in the world of words for many years as a writer and teacher. His love for the visual arts has been stirred up as a result of his training in expressive arts therapy. This has opened up a new realm of creativity for him to explore, allowing him to express himself in ways he never thought possible and share it with others.
Darren Hall is an inspiring example of how creativity can help in the recovery process following a brain injury. After a road accident left him with a brain injury, Darren began using creativity to slow down the degeneration and keep his mind active. He now uses painting and drawing to help him focus and stay positive. Darren's story is a powerful reminder of the importance of creativity in the rehabilitation process and the potential it has to help those affected by brain injury.
Extrospective/Introspective Artist living in France. She alchemizes emotions, concepts, and experiences as a form of self-therapy and a way of communicating with oneself, others, and the world.
Internationally published multidisciplinary artist, CEO, and Editor-in-Chief of the winner of TFIA's Magazine of the Year, Pepper Magazine. With a passion for creating art that is both visually appealing and socially conscious, Kathleen has dedicated her life to inspiring and empowering others.