Synopses & Reviews
"Suggests tapping into childhood memories and other aspects of the inner self to generate powerful emotions in paintings." Publishers Weekly, May 15, 2000
Believing that strong feelings make for strong art, Draughon shows painters how to scratch the surface of their unconscious, including childhood memories, to generate powerful emotions that unleash more meaningful art work. 175 color illustrations.
About the Author
Stefan Draughon, a psychologist and artist, combines her skills by instructing a course called "Art and Psychology" at NYU and the New School in New York, and also at the Rhode Island School of Design. Her paintings are shown at the Broome Street in her home city, New York.