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art therapy spot
vinyl record mandalas, vol. 2
when life gives you lemons…keep making art
she let go
the messy & the magical
artful reminders: let it go
summer of art
10,000 likes: art therapy spot evolution
vinyl record mandalas
intention mandalas
gratitude mandalas
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H4 ‘color is the keyboard, the eyes are the harmonies, the soul is the piano with many strings. the artist is the hand that plays, touching one key or another, to cause vibrations in the soul.’
find yourself and express yourself in your own particular way. express your love openly. life is nothing but a dream, and if you create your life with love, your dream becomes a masterpiece of art.
wear gratitude like a cloak and it will feed every corner of your life.    ~ rumi
H5 if you let go a little you will have a little happiness. 
if you let go a lot you will have a lot of happiness. if you let go completely you will be free. (ajahn chah)
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old scratched up records end their musical journey as they become dormant and unplayable. my vinyl record mandalas pick up where the stunted life of a discarded record leaves off, imbuing them with new energy and purpose.
these acrylic paintings on vinyl are mandalas – a sanskrit word that means ‘sacred art within a circle.’ each vinyl record mandala is a visual meditation reflective of the time of its creation.
music is a living transitional art form, always moving from one note to the next. in the studio, my painting parallels the ephemeral quality of music as i flow from one creation to the next. the circular form of the vinyl records and the unique grooved surface are the only constraints in this collection. within these parameters i let myself have free improvisational reign in technique, color, style, and theme.
thursday december 1st from 6-8pm. 
the cabot
“art is a ripening, an evolution, an uplifting which enables us to emerge from darkness into a blaze of light.”
she let go. without a thought or a word, she let go.
“embrace the glorious mess that you are.”
what is messy and what is magical in your life right now
this morning i had the thought – what would life be like if i approached my daily life as a wife, mother, friend, (fill in the blank) from that same open space of curiosity and trust in the messy yet magical process of daily living? what if i took my studio habits and way of framing things out into the other areas in my life?
no mud, no lotus
exploring the messiness and the magic in art
‘ugly’ painting collage
altered words & images
the invitation
so my
friends…
today as you are moving about your day and being presented with all kinds of different experiences, thoughts, and feelings i’d love to ask you, ‘what is both messy and magical in your life right now?’
if you let go a little you will have a little happiness. 
if you let go a lot you will have a lot of happiness.
if you let go completely you will be free.
the takeaways?
visual art reminders
art therapy work
“art is to the community what the dream is to the individual.”
materials
paint
paint markers
other art materials
a few tips
vinyl record painting & art therapy
to read more…
open heart
may your upcoming year be filled with joy, growth, and creativity. 
wear gratitude like a cloak and it will feed every corner of your life.    
this bias developed because the ancient mammals, primates, and early humans that were all mellow and fearless did not notice the shadow overhead or slither nearby that chomp! killed them. the ones that survived to pass on their genes were nervous and cranky, and we are their great-grandchildren, sitting atop the food chain, armed with nuclear weapons.
your brain is continually looking for bad news. as soon as it finds some, it fixates on it with tunnel vision, fast-tracks it into memory storage, and then reactivates it at the least hint of anything even vaguely similar. but good news gets a kind of neural shrug: “uh, whatever.”
in effect, the brain is like velcro for negative experiences but teflon for positive ones.
gratitude
gratitude mandalas
explore
the practice of gratitude more:
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old scratched up records end their musical journey as they become dormant and unplayable. my vinyl record mandalas pick up where the stunted life of a discarded record leaves off, imbuing them with new energy and purpose.
these acrylic paintings on vinyl are mandalas – a sanskrit word that means ‘sacred art within a circle.’ each vinyl record mandala is a visual meditation reflective of the time of its creation.
music is a living transitional art form, always moving from one note to the next. in the studio, my painting parallels the ephemeral quality of music as i flow from one creation to the next. the circular form of the vinyl records and the unique grooved surface are the only constraints in this collection. within these parameters i let myself have free improvisational reign in technique, color, style, and theme.
thursday december 1st from 6-8pm. 
the cabot
“art is a ripening, an evolution, an uplifting which enables us to emerge from darkness into a blaze of light.”
she let go. without a thought or a word, she let go.
“embrace the glorious mess that you are.”
what is messy and what is magical in your life right now
this morning i had the thought – what would life be like if i approached my daily life as a wife, mother, friend, (fill in the blank) from that same open space of curiosity and trust in the messy yet magical process of daily living? what if i took my studio habits and way of framing things out into the other areas in my life?
no mud, no lotus
exploring the messiness and the magic in art
‘ugly’ painting collage
altered words & images
the invitation
so my
friends…
today as you are moving about your day and being presented with all kinds of different experiences, thoughts, and feelings i’d love to ask you, ‘what is both messy and magical in your life right now?’
if you let go a little you will have a little happiness. 
if you let go a lot you will have a lot of happiness.
if you let go completely you will be free.
the takeaways?
visual art reminders
art therapy work
“art is to the community what the dream is to the individual.”
materials
paint
paint markers
other art materials
a few tips
vinyl record painting & art therapy
to read more…
open heart
may your upcoming year be filled with joy, growth, and creativity. 
wear gratitude like a cloak and it will feed every corner of your life.    
this bias developed because the ancient mammals, primates, and early humans that were all mellow and fearless did not notice the shadow overhead or slither nearby that chomp! killed them. the ones that survived to pass on their genes were nervous and cranky, and we are their great-grandchildren, sitting atop the food chain, armed with nuclear weapons.
your brain is continually looking for bad news. as soon as it finds some, it fixates on it with tunnel vision, fast-tracks it into memory storage, and then reactivates it at the least hint of anything even vaguely similar. but good news gets a kind of neural shrug: “uh, whatever.”
in effect, the brain is like velcro for negative experiences but teflon for positive ones.
gratitude
gratitude mandalas
explore
the practice of gratitude more:
em old scratched up records end their musical journey as they become dormant and unplayable. my vinyl record mandalas pick up where the stunted life of a discarded record leaves off, imbuing them with new energy and purpose.
these acrylic paintings on vinyl are mandalas – a sanskrit word that means ‘sacred art within a circle.’ each vinyl record mandala is a visual meditation reflective of the time of its creation.
music is a living transitional art form, always moving from one note to the next. in the studio, my painting parallels the ephemeral quality of music as i flow from one creation to the next. the circular form of the vinyl records and the unique grooved surface are the only constraints in this collection. within these parameters i let myself have free improvisational reign in technique, color, style, and theme.
thursday december 1st from 6-8pm. 
the cabot
“art is a ripening, an evolution, an uplifting which enables us to emerge from darkness into a blaze of light.”
she let go. without a thought or a word, she let go.
“embrace the glorious mess that you are.”
what is messy and what is magical in your life right now
this morning i had the thought – what would life be like if i approached my daily life as a wife, mother, friend, (fill in the blank) from that same open space of curiosity and trust in the messy yet magical process of daily living? what if i took my studio habits and way of framing things out into the other areas in my life?
no mud, no lotus
exploring the messiness and the magic in art
‘ugly’ painting collage
altered words & images
the invitation
so my
friends…
today as you are moving about your day and being presented with all kinds of different experiences, thoughts, and feelings i’d love to ask you, ‘what is both messy and magical in your life right now?’
if you let go a little you will have a little happiness. 
if you let go a lot you will have a lot of happiness.
if you let go completely you will be free.
the takeaways?
visual art reminders
art therapy work
“art is to the community what the dream is to the individual.”
materials
paint
paint markers
other art materials
a few tips
vinyl record painting & art therapy
to read more…
open heart
may your upcoming year be filled with joy, growth, and creativity. 
wear gratitude like a cloak and it will feed every corner of your life.    
this bias developed because the ancient mammals, primates, and early humans that were all mellow and fearless did not notice the shadow overhead or slither nearby that chomp! killed them. the ones that survived to pass on their genes were nervous and cranky, and we are their great-grandchildren, sitting atop the food chain, armed with nuclear weapons.
your brain is continually looking for bad news. as soon as it finds some, it fixates on it with tunnel vision, fast-tracks it into memory storage, and then reactivates it at the least hint of anything even vaguely similar. but good news gets a kind of neural shrug: “uh, whatever.”
in effect, the brain is like velcro for negative experiences but teflon for positive ones.
gratitude
gratitude mandalas
explore
the practice of gratitude more:
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art therapy spot --> vinyl record mandalas, vol. 2 21. nov. 2016 / uncategorized / no comments i am excited to share that my second collection of vinyl record mandalas is on display at the cabot! here’s my artist’s statement for the show: old scratched up records end their musical journey as they become dormant and unplayable. my vinyl record mandalas pick up where the stunted life of a discarded record leaves off, imbuing them with new energy and purpose. these acrylic paintings on vinyl are mandalas – a sanskrit word that means ‘sacred art within a circle.’ each vinyl record mandala is a visual meditation reflective of the time of its creation. music is a living transitional art form, always moving from one note to the next. in the studio, my painting parallels the ephemeral quality of music as i flow from one creation to the next. the circular form of the vinyl records and the unique grooved surface are the only constraints in this collection. within these parameters i let myself have free improvisational reign in technique, color, style, and theme. my last blog post was actually about a setback i had with this collection and showing it. i had a show booked at a different gallery and the gallery suddenly closed about a month before my scheduled solo show. it was a major disappointment, but after a day of feeling badly i brushed myself off and began to reach out for help in finding a new venue to show this work. with the amazing creative brainstorming and help from the folks at beverly arts district (bad) we came up with the idea to reach out to the cabot as a possible location to show my work. the cabot is a unique venue and historical treasure. it was opened in 1920 and held vaudeville performances and silent movies. for 37 years it was the home of le grand david and his own spectacular magic company. in present day the cabot serves as a movie theater, concert venue, and a cultural hub for the community. i’m so happy to be able to share my work here at the cabot. it’s a perfect space for the merging of music and art – two of my greatest passions. if you happen to live in the area or are in town visiting, please join me at the art reception on thursday december 1st from 6-8pm.  the cabot 268 cabot street beverly, ma there will be wine, beer, food, a turntable, and nearly 100 new vinyl record mandalas! if you’d like a sneak peak at the collection, almost all of them are up on my site here. the facebook event page is here. below are a few from vinyl record mandalas from this collection. enjoy and stay tuned for more news! when life gives you lemons…keep making art 27. sep. 2016 / uncategorized / 2 comments vinyl record mandala acrylic on vinyl record sara roizen “art is a ripening, an evolution, an uplifting which enables us to emerge from darkness into a blaze of light.” – jerzy grotwoski over the past nine months i’ve been pouring a lot of time into creating a new collection of vinyl record mandalas. the first collection (volume 1) sold out online a few years ago. i was amazed and humbled by the response and delighted in sending each unique piece to a new home. months ago i was booked for a solo show at a wonderful gallery in the town that i live in. unfortunately, i found out that for a few different reasons, the gallery was closing suddenly at the end of this month. therefore, my solo show was no longer happening in october. after receiving this news, i spent that day feeling a variety of feelings. i was shocked at first. my mind went to the months and months of time i had put into preparing for this show. as the show date approached, i had devoted even more time to getting ready and finishing the last pieces as i prepared press releases. these were my ‘babies’ that were waiting to be born and presented to the community. next i felt frustration and anger over the canceled show. i followed my thoughts as they spiraled into a cycle of self-defeating thoughts and a negative outlook on my art career. at some point in the day, a little switch happened in my thinking. i realized that all of my feelings about the show were valid and needed room to be felt. so i let them have full reign, but i gave them an internal timeline. i told myself, ‘ok – feel everything intensely today without judgment. then tomorrow, figure out your next step and get creative.’ vinyl record mandala acrylic on vinyl sara roizen i realized that no time or energy had been wasted in creating this collection. i will always make art, whether or not i have a specific show scheduled. it’s my daily medicine. it brings me joy and imbues my days with a greater sense of purpose and connection. there is a good chance i will find a new place to show this body of work. in the meantime, i will keep creating…because that’s what i do! like the changing seasons, i find that my approaches to art making in terms of theme, materials, surfaces, and size is constantly in flux. however, there are certain bodies of work that i continuously return to, such as my mandalas, wood burning, and textural layered paintings on canvas. working within the parameters of the vinyl records has brought me a new perspective and way of working on other surfaces. a couple of weeks ago i began working on square and rectangular canvases again. it had been so many months of working within a circle, that i was very interested to see how my work has evolved and adapted to new surfaces. i feel even freer in my paint strokes and in the playful ways i am exploring layering and line work. below are a few new pieces that have come out of this transition and my temporary ‘setback’ with my canceled show. untitled (so far)! acrylic on canvas sara roizen untitled (so far)! acrylic on canvas sara roizen after finishing this blog post i plan to head up to my studio and dive into some more painting. perhaps i will work on some more vinyl record mandalas, and perhaps i will work on something else. either way, my art is like an old friend that still constantly surprises me. have you had setbacks in your own creative process, whether it is art or a different modality? what gives you the motivation and drive to keep creating despite obstacles? she let go 15. sep. 2016 / uncategorized / 1 comment ‘she let go’ acrylic and mixed media on wood sara roizen i was introduced to this poem today. it came at exactly the right time, as things tend to do. i’ll let the poem speak for itself. i hope that it resonates with you and your heart as well. she let go. she let go. without a thought or a word, she let go. she let go of the fear.  she let go of the judgments. she let go of the confluence of opinions swarming around her head. she let go of the committee of indecision within her. she let go of all the ‘right’ reasons. wholly and completely, without hesitation or worry, she just let go. she didn’t ask anyone for advice. she didn’t read a book on how to let go. she didn’t search the scriptures. she just let go. she let go of all of the memories that held her back. she let go of all of the anxiety that kept her from moving forward. she let go of the planning and all of the calculations about how to do it just right. she didn’t promise to let go. she didn’t journal about it. she didn’t write the projected date in her day-timer. she made no public announcement and put no ad in the paper. she didn’t check the weather report or read her daily horoscope. she just let go. she didn’t analyze whether she should let go. she didn’t call her friends to discuss the matter. she didn’t do a five-step spiritual mind treatment. she didn’t call the prayer line. she didn’t utter one word. she just let go. no one was around when it happened. there was no applause or congratulations. no one thanked her or praised her. no one noticed a thing. like a leaf falling from a tree, she just let go. there was no effort. there was no struggle. it wasn’t good and it wasn’t bad. it was what it was, and it is just that. in the space of letting go, she let it all be. a small smile came over her face. a light breeze blew through her. and the sun and the moon shone forevermore… – rev. safire rose the messy & the magical 07. sep. 2016 / uncategorized / 2 comments my messy and happy paint hand. “embrace the glorious mess that you are.” – elizabeth gilbert i was recently listening to the mama truth show podcast while cleaning up in the kitchen. i love a good podcast, whether the topic is parenthood, creativity, art, or psychology, or all of the above! the host amy ahler interviews different guests, and asks each one a final question at the end of the interview. she asks, ‘what is messy and what is magical in your life right now?’ i love that question for so many reasons.  i smiled as i stared at the pile of dishes and the crumbs left behind by my children as they headed off to school this morning. i was smiling because something had clicked. life is both messy and magical. i have visual and emotional proof for that, and i bet you do too. the magic and the mess (and the magic in the mess) tends to play out beautifully and constantly in the creative process. i glance around the studio and see evidence for this. little piles of barely contained chaos in the form of collage pieces, half used paint tubes, and scattered brushes are the satisfyingly messy reminders and tools that help produce the magic in my art. when i’m in my studio or working with an art therapy client, my tolerance for mess, whether physical or emotional, is incredibly high. furthermore, the mess is welcomed with open arms. the mess provides juicy material to get curious about, shape, take apart, rebuild, and transform. this morning i had the thought – what would life be like if i approached my daily life as a wife, mother, friend, (fill in the blank) from that same open space of curiosity and trust in the messy yet magical process of daily living? what if i took my studio habits and way of framing things out into the other areas in my life? this is precisely what i hope for my art therapy clients when we have breakthroughs during the session. i hope that the creative lessons and experiences from the session seep into daily life. when a client accidentally smears a painting and gets frustrated, that’s a ‘mess.’ great! the transformation is what he or she does to transform the mess into a magic moment. as the therapist, part of my job is to make space for that mess and help the client become curious about the mess rather than immediately judging it as ‘bad’ or a ‘failure.’ sometimes mess just needs to be mess for a while. not every messy moment in and outside of the studio can be immediately transformed into something magical. sometimes it requires a cumulative dance of many messy moments, before we can step back and acknowledge the alchemical magic of these experiences combined. ‘lotus ii’ acrylic & mixed media on canvas sara roizen there’s a buddhist saying that is simple yet profound. it is, ‘no mud, no lotus.’ a lotus is a beautiful flower that has been the muse of many artists over the centuries. however, a lotus grows from the muck and mud at the bottom of the water. without the mud, there would be no beautiful lotus floating serenely on the surface. these are all rather abstract musings, so i’ll take a moment to get a little more personal. while thinking about the messy and the magical in my own life, here’s what i am coming up with at the moment. the past 2 years have strikingly embodied the mess and the magic for me. here’s some of what has been messy: leaving my thriving art therapy career behind in nyc and moving to another state to start over, the addition of our second child to our family, a last minute canceled solo art show, panic attacks, pneumonia, children in challenging stages, and adjusting to a new community. here’s what’s been magical (in responsive order to the above messes): becoming more resilient and trusting as i begin building my art therapy career in a new state, sharing our lives with a new child and increasing my capacity for love and joy, becoming creative in finding new places to show and sell my art, learning  how to inhabit my body more fully and befriend my experiences, our children challenging me to become increasingly mindful during hard stages, branching out and beginning to thrive in a new community. in each instance, mess did not instantly give rise to magic. it is the process of getting really messy, embracing the mess, and not running away from it that has gradually given rise to the magic. and it’s an ongoing daily practice and often a struggle. i remind myself that i’m not set on arriving at some specific destination, whether it is with my art, career, my children, or any other area in my life. really, it’s about learning to dance between the mess and the magic and enjoying the interchange, and sometimes the transformation. exploring the messiness and the magic in art as i wrote earlier, the mess and magic are a natural alchemical force during any form of creation. however if you want to be more deliberate about exploring these two elements, here are some ideas to get you started. some of my torn up ‘ugly’ paintings on paper…ready to create something new (and maybe magical) with them! ‘ugly’ painting collage can you challenge yourself and make an ‘ugly’ painting? i write ugly in quotes because it is a highly subjective word. what i’m really suggesting is giving yourself permission to grab the least attractive paint color in your bin (say that neon yellow you’ve been hiding)? start moving paint around on some paper or an un-stretched canvas. think about the ‘no mud, no lotus’ quote and make some real mud on the surface. do you hate painting hearts? throw a few hearts onto the surface. after you’ve reveled in the ugliness of your piece, set it aside and let it dry. i encourage you to live with it for a few days. if you’re feeling particularly bold, put it up on the wall for a while! when you are feeling inspired, take the piece down and begin to cut it up or tear it up. pay attention to how this action feels. do you feel uncomfortable, excited, nervous? honor whatever feelings come up. after you have a pile of new collage pieces, slowly start to create a new piece from the old ‘mess.’ it may be arranged like a grid where you use each piece, or you might only be drawn to certain key collage pieces. there is no right or wrong. but see if you can create some magic out of your previous mess. altered words & images words can have immense power. think about the constant chatter running through your mind. it might be a bit muddy because so many thoughts can run across the stage of our minds at once. time to get some of those ‘ugly’ thoughts on paper. you can write it out by hand or even type it on the computer. take 5-10 minutes and sit down with a pen or marker and let those thoughts run wild and free across the page. the goal is to let your writing be stream of consciousness and not to edit what you are saying. if you’d like a little inspiration for writing in this way, check out julia cameron’s video and description of the morning pages exercise. as she says, let them be as grumpy, whiny, and ugly as you like. after you are done writing, set it aside for a while. you might want to set it aside for the entire day or even a number of days. perhaps you enjoyed this exercise and want to create a series of written pages over the course of a week. whatever your time frame is, here’s the next step. image: cutandfoldbookart.com once you have some pages of ‘messy’ writing, begin to cut out certain phrases that call to you. it could even be one word or a phrase. create a collage from the pieces of writing. feel free to add other art materials such as paint, more collage, printmaking, or sculptural elements. the words do not even need to be visible or readable when you are finished. let the words combine in new and unexpected patterns. play with abstraction and try not to get caught up in the finished product. look at the words as images rather than conveying a specific meaning, the way you might enjoy looking at an unknown language simply because the curve of the letters is visually intriguing. the invitation do you have a favorite medium to use in the arts? how about doing a messy dance, a messy musical composition, or a messy dramatic monologue? can you find magic in letting the mess be as it is and getting curious about it for a while? so my friends… today as you are moving about your day and being presented with all kinds of different experiences, thoughts, and feelings i’d love to ask you, ‘what is both messy and magical in your life right now?’ artful reminders: let it go 12. jul. 2016 / uncategorized / 2 comments “let it go” reminder art that i created. if you let go a little you will have a little happiness.  if you let go a lot you will have a lot of happiness. if you let go completely you will be free. (ajahn chah) my 3 year old son was finishing up his oatmeal this morning when i heard him say, ‘it was an accident!’ i turned around to find a cup of spilled milk. it was puddling under the placemat, seeping onto the floor, and had soaked my magazine. instead of taking a deep breath, i found myself saying, ‘why do you keep spilling milk? you have to pay more attention!’ he stared at me with big hazel eyes. as i furiously mopped up the milk i knocked into the same cup and the rest of his milk spilled out. everywhere. the irony was not lost on me. i had told him to pay more attention, and i was not paying attention myself. still in a huff, i lamented about the milk saga to my husband. he paused for a moment before saying, ‘i almost don’t want to say this. but you know what i’m going to say right? don’t cry over spilt milk. there’s a reason that saying was created. it’s because countless parents get worked up over stuff like this every day. i get it. but really, let it go.’ simultaneously in the background my son started singing ‘let it go’ from the movie frozen. he’s only seen the movie once, but the song has stuck. clearly, the universe was throwing me all sorts of juicy lessons all at once. i scooped my son up into my arms and hugged him. then i apologized. i said, ‘i’m sorry that i got angry. next time i get angry i’m going to try and practice what you do in preschool, and take 3 deep breaths when i get upset.’ then i asked him, ‘if you see me getting angry over something silly like this, and you remember, can you sing the ‘let it go’ song to me? maybe that will help me remember to let things go more often.” his face lit up in the way that only an innocent (yet deceptively wise) 3 year old face can. and he said, ‘yes mommy!’ my husband later mused that i might not want to hear the “let it go” song in the heat of the moment if this song intervention catches on. but really, that’s the best time to hear it. not when you want to hear it, but when you need it most. the takeaways? first, we don’t always remember to pause before reacting. whether it’s a toddler, a client, or a loved one – when that primal ‘fight or flight’ response gets triggered, it’s easy to launch into reaction rather than pausing for a mindful moment. clearly, my fight response got triggered and i launched into a tirade rather than pausing and breathing before mopping up the spilt milk. here’s the key though – i did some reparative work and grew from the experience. first, i apologized to my toddler. i owned my reaction and shared my thought process with him. secondly, i asked him to help me in a creative game of sorts by telling him that he could sing the “let it go” song for me if i needed a little reminder. my hope is that he (and i) will retain the larger message after the spilt milk: pause, breathe, and when all else fails – sing a little song! my goal? to build connections with my son and model ownership over my feelings as well as my mistakes so that he can feel comfortable doing the same as he continues to grow. i’m not claiming that i won’t get in a huff the next time he spills milk. but maybe i will take a breath before reacting and have a slightly calmer response. it’s all about practice. and being a parent, a therapist, or just being human gives us constant opportunities to practice letting go. visual art reminders if you don’t have a toddler around to sing out your most needed reminders, how about creating your own visual reminder? maybe you don’t need to focus on letting go. maybe you need inspiration in other areas such as, working towards your dreams, staying focused, keeping an open mind, or self-care. you can create visual reminders for anything and everything! the image at the top of this post is a quick pen and watercolor piece that i made the same day that my son spilled the milk. i added the words ‘let it go’ to the milk puddle in the drawing to help me focus on the important message i got that morning. i should probably post it by the kitchen table, where we are most likely to need the reminder and where many of the important transitions of the day happen. art therapy work my art therapy clients have enjoyed creating their own visual reminders during individual sessions and groups. artful signs can be created for many reasons and types of reminders. they can range from playful reminders to very specific ones. for example, many of the clients i’ve worked with struggle with substance abuse and are in various stages of recovery. they have found it incredibly helpful to create artful signs with inspirational sayings, quotes, and reminders that they can post in their rooms and around the home. their signs often focus on the reasons they are working towards sobriety and ways to stay focused on their goals. the signs can be created with any art materials and be small or even poster sized. i suggest using a nice thick paper that will hold up over time when displayed. if freehand drawing is overwhelming or not your client’s cup of tea, they can create a sign using collage. for the words, write it out by hand or print out a favorite quote to add to the imagery. i will often have a bag of pre-cut quotes that pertain to the theme of the group. clients often enjoy sifting through the quotes and pulling out ones that resonate and have personal meaning. here are a few examples of quotes that i might provide for a group focusing on substance abuse and mental health issues: “it’s never too late to be what you might have been.” (t.s. elliot) “i’m not telling you it’s going to be easy. i’m telling you it’s going to be worth it.” (art williams) “a journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.” (lao tzu) a number of  years ago, my own art therapist created a visual reminder for me during one of our sessions based on one of my favorite quotes: “smile, breathe, & go slowly.” “smile, breathe, and go slowly.” (thich nhat hanh) it hangs in my studio to this day, and every time i see it i feel more grounded and centered in what matters most. often clients will feel a strong pull towards a particular quote that they were unfamiliar with. it’s amazing how a few carefully selected words and an image can be such powerful daily reminders and sources of inspiration. explore song lyrics, passages from books, poems, and movies. and of course there’s a plethora of inspiration and quotes online. here’s one of my pinterest boards with some of my favorite artful reminders. and here’s an image i created with colored pencil shavings that i keep close by: “get out of your head, and into your heart.” created with colored pencil shavings. now that’s a great reminder for all of us! summer of art 19. jun. 2016 / uncategorized / no comments wood burned creations sara roizen “art is to the community what the dream is to the individual.” – thomas mann it’s shaping up to be a summer of art. the past months have been a flurry of activity in my studio in moments carved out between baby naps, adventures out, musings of a toddler, and all of the moments that make up daily life. painting, doodling, vinyl record mandalas, and lots (and lots) of wood burning. there are creative seasons of life that mirror the actual seasons. active times, dormant times, and the transition times. i’ve been enjoying this active creative season of my life. the warm summer breeze gives me an added lift and moves my art making along. on friday night, my family and i attended the artist’s reception for the arts fest community art exhibit at endicott college. one of my large paintings, ‘birds of a feather,’ was included in the show. it was a beautiful evening with speakers, music, and a wonderful turnout. i was struck by the amount of community support for the arts here in beverly, ma. my toddler enjoyed running around to the food stations and snatching pieces of cheese and bread, and i enjoyed soaking up the creative energy! the group art show reception at endicott on saturday my husband and i woke up bright and early and loaded up the car with all of my latest wood burned creations for my booth at arts fest on cabot street in beverly. arts fest was an all day event that featured 150+ artists and artisans, music, food, and artsy kid’s activities. it was my first time participating and i was blown away by how amazingly organized it was. the beverly arts district (bad) staff and volunteers are incredible and the arts fest drew tons of visitors. my husband and i got to meet so many people as they wandered into my booth, struck up conversations, and supported local artists. many of my wood burned creatures and vases found new homes! i was thrilled to be booth neighbors with my friend artist and art therapist amy and her son ian as well as the artful life. art, art therapists, and community! now that’s my perfect day. and a perfect season. wood burning art booth wood burned flock in my arts fest booth this way! 10,000 likes: art therapy spot evolution 13. apr. 2016 / uncategorized / no comments 10,000 art therapy spot facebook fans and counting! this morning i hopped onto my art therapy spot facebook page. while i was replying to some comments and jumping around the page i realized that art therapy spot had reached over 10,000 followers! wow. how and when did that happen? i went back to the first post i ever made on the page back in june 10, 2011: i’m brand new to the “fan page” world, but i’ll get the hang of it!  🙂 i started my art therapy spot facebook page a little while after graduating from pratt institute with my masters in art therapy. this blog (started in 2008) and my facebook page became a place for me to share my excitement and discoveries in the field of art therapy. i drew from my own experiences as an art therapist and all of the amazing articles and resources i was coming across. my blog and facebook page continue to be focused on art therapy, creativity development, news from the field, inspiring quotes and writing, mindfulness, and related healing modalities. the original art therapy spot ‘logo’ watercolor image i created. i have chosen to share my own art and creative process on my blog and facebook page because it is central to my identity and evolution as an art therapist. i try to weave in my personal creative process with interesting and hopefully illuminating snapshots from my work as an art therapist. it’s important to me that i continue to share the role of art as a healing and inspirational force in my life too. after all, i became an art therapist because art has been an integral part of my daily life and experiences since i was a child. my facebook page and this blog are not created or maintained as any type of business, but purely as an act of love. i post and share because i know there are many people out there who are also interested in the field of art therapy. i have received many messages through my blog and facebook page over the past years. i am always thrilled when someone reaches out. many people send messages asking to know more about the process of becoming an art therapist and if it is right for them. i share any resources and pieces of my own journey that i can offer. countless others send me a message sharing personal stories about the healing and transformative role of art and creativity in their personal journeys. i could talk about our field of art therapy all day and all night. good thing i have a forum to do so! thank you for being a part of the art therapy spot community, for sharing your stories, sharing the creativity, and sharing the love. i’m so glad you’re along for the journey as art therapy spot continues to evolve, along with our field. yours in creative adventures, sara roizen vinyl record mandalas 07. apr. 2016 / uncategorized / no comments vinyl record mandala ~ acrylic & paint marker on vinyl ~ sara roizen ‘color is the keyboard, the eyes are the harmonies, the soul is the piano with many strings. the artist is the hand that plays, touching one key or another, to cause vibrations in the soul.’ – wassily kandinsky a few years ago my husband brought home some discarded test press vinyl records from the music company where he worked. he knew that i was drawn to non-traditional art materials and surfaces and had a feeling that i would enjoy painting on the vinyl records. his intuition was correct and once i started painting on the vinyl records, i was quickly hooked. vinyl record mandala ~ acrylic on vinyl ~ sara roizen the circular form of the records and the grooved surface provided an engaging and joyfully challenging surface to work with. i experimented with paint markers and acrylic paint and began to figure out the best way to apply the paint and markers. my earliest pieces in the series were mostly paint marker on an acrylic background. i posted them on my art site for sale before the holiday season, and was excited when people started showing an interest in them and buying them. the first collection is now sold out, and in the past few months i have been working on a second collection for an upcoming show. details coming soon! vinyl record mandala in progress i’ve received a lot of questions about what type of materials i use to create the vinyl record mandalas in addition to people looking for tips for working on vinyl. i love sharing ideas for art materials and my process. of course there is no right or wrong way to do this. (you knew i was going to say that, didn’t you?) but here are some materials and tips that might help jump start your own explorations. materials paint: i mainly use acrylic paint in combination with paint markers. in terms of the brand of paint, it’s really a matter of personal preference and budget. i tend to buy a combination of higher end professional acrylic paint but also fill in with less expensive (but still very good quality) acrylic. the two professional grade paints that i use the most are golden and liquitex acrylic paint. spend some time on the golden and liquitex sites if you’re interested in learning about the different types of paint they carry. there’s a lot of helpful information, tutorials, and art examples. i will often use the ‘basics’ line of liquitex which is slightly less expensive but nice to work with. some of the art materials i use to create the vinyl mandalas ~ acrylic, paint pens, & hand carved stamps. many art and craft stores also carry a house brand. for example, michael’s carries a brand called artist loft and i have found that paint to be economical and good quality. paint markers there are many different brands of paint pens and markers. some are oil based and some are water based. i only use water based markers. i don’t like the smell of the oil based markers. my favorite brand at the moment is sakura pen touch markers. they come in a variety of colors and pen tips. i often use the white pens on darker acrylic backgrounds. the metallics also create striking line work on top of a darker background. since there are so many brands of paint pens and markers, my advice is to buy 1 or 2 of each brand offered when you walk into the art store or order them. they are not usually very expensive. then experiment with the brand, pen tips, and colors to see what you enjoy working with most. the one other thing i will mention is that paint pens do dry up rather quickly so i’m always replenishing my supply. vinyl record mandala ~ acrylic & paint pen on vinyl ~ sara roizen other art materials in addition to acrylic and paint pens, i have been creating my own rubber stamps and using them on some of the vinyl pieces. the tape cassette mandala (second image down from the top) was created using a stamp that i carved out of an oversized eraser. using stamps in conjunction with painting and layers helps give the mandalas an added depth and level of complexity. plus, the process of carving each stamp is enjoyable in and of itself. using stencils and collage are two more techniques that can help build interesting layers. i repeatedly use my circle stencils to block out smaller mandalas within the vinyl record mandala. vinyl record mandala ~ acrylic on vinyl ~ sara roizen a few tips it can take some practice in order to get comfortable with working on vinyl. the grooves and variations interact very differently with the paint then canvas does. i usually don’t use much water with the acrylic because it will start to slide of the vinyl if there is too much liquid. try applying the paint more thickly. keep in mind that there is a natural flexibility to the vinyl record. this is a great aspect of it and acrylic is a naturally flexible plastic. still, if paint is applied very thickly then it could crack if the vinyl bends too much. it’s an interesting dance between rigidity and flexibility. i enjoy the creative tension inherent in this process. and this brings me to the art therapy component…. vinyl record painting & art therapy when i was working at a few different adult shelters in nyc i brought vinyl records in to my art therapy groups a number of times. my clients were immediately intrigued by the alternative surface. many of them fondly recalled listening to records when younger. i would often open the group up by asking clients to imagine that they were about to paint the soundtrack to their lives. i asked them to envision the album cover and the record artwork. after they had meditated on this for a while, they would often begin to paint on the record. if there was time at the end of group, many of them spontaneously created track lists for their piece. the song titles were just as illuminating as the visual aspects of the records. those who were inclined would then share the finished record mandala and the album cover and track list if they had come up with something. the process was playful and yet deeply engaging and meaningful. most of my clients took the painted records back and hung them up in their temporary rooms at the shelter. the pieces became conversation starters among other clients and staff members. months later, a few of these same clients visited me at the shelter and said that the record had been the first thing that they hung up in their new apartment after finding housing. vinyl record mandala ~ acrylic on vinyl ~ sara roizen to read more… if you’d like to read a little more about my vinyl record mandalas, check out this interview i did with a lifestyle magazined called llamas valley. my vinyl record mandalas also popped up on bored panda a while ago, which was a neat surprise! stay tuned for more vinyl record mandalas. in the meantime, why not try picking up a few used records and experimenting with some record art too? share your explorations here. i’d love to hear about them. vinyl record mandala ~ sara roizen intention mandalas 01. jan. 2016 / uncategorized / no comments open heart mandala sara roizen find yourself and express yourself in your own particular way. express your love openly. life is nothing but a dream, and if you create your life with love, your dream becomes a masterpiece of art. ~ don miguel ruiz yesterday was the last day of 2015! i was fortunate to spend a couple of hours in my studio as the golden light crept across the snow outside. while drawing, i silently meditated on the past year. it was full of transitions and new adventures, with a move from nyc to massachusetts and the birth of our second child. now that we are fairly settled, i have been increasingly focused on my art and art therapy paths. i am excited to put down my creative roots here and see what grows. i stopped making ‘official’ new year’s resolutions a while ago. i used to make rather concrete resolutions related to healthier eating, exercise, and career goals. like many people, i would steadfastly chip away at my new year’s goals for a while and then revert to my normal patterns. this year i felt a strong pull towards holding an intention instead of making a resolution. to me, an intention is something that you gently hold in your heart and continue to reflect on each day. it can be somewhat abstract in nature, and more of a guiding inner framework. as you probably know, i love creating mandalas. yesterday as i reflected on my intention for 2016, i was inspired to create two mandalas. i will hang them up in my studio as a daily reminder. the two words that came to mind for my first mandala (top image): open heart. this is my intention – to live with a more open heart every day. this sounds like a very broad intention, but in my mind it is very simple. simple but not always easy. each moment, experience, and interaction can be met with a closed heart or an open heart. another way of framing this is choosing to respond to life’s moments from a place of fear or love. beginning the mandala the second mandala i created is inspired by the heart chakra mandala. chakras are energy centers within our bodies and there are 7 chakras. each chakra relates to a different spiritual and physical aspect of our being. the heart chakra is located in our chest and governs the heart, cardiac, and lymphatic systems. when the heart chakra is closed or blocked, we have a hard time connecting with others and with ourselves. we make fear based decisions and live from a smaller sense of self. when this chakra is open, we are connected, grounded in self-compassion, and move through life from a place of love. as i sat down to create this mandala, i felt my breathing slow down and my shoulders relax. the sense of the daily rush faded into the background. there was a feeling of ‘enoughness’ instead of lack. i could almost feel my heart expanding as i drew each line. as usual, i did not trace out a deign beforehand. instead i trusted that each line would end up where it needed to be. my mandalas are never perfectly symmetrical. i like it this way. it’s not about a quest for perfection. it’s about embracing each perfectly imperfect moment with an open heart. here is my finished heart chakra inspired mandala. every time i look at it, i will be reminded of my intention to live from an open hearted space. what is your intention for this year? what would your intention look like if you express it visually? may your upcoming year be filled with joy, growth, and creativity.  heart chakra mandala sara roizen gratitude mandalas 29. dec. 2015 / uncategorized / 6 comments gratitude mandala ~ sara roizen wear gratitude like a cloak and it will feed every corner of your life.    ~ rumi yesterday i caught myself complaining again as i attacked the mountain of dishes in the sink and tried to clear away the fog from my bleary eyes and brain. clearly, my morning cup of coffee had not kicked in yet. as i let out an audible groan, my husband and toddler both glanced at me from their respective spots in the kitchen. my husband is a bit of a zen master – or at least that’s what i’ve dubbed him. it comes naturally to him. when he’s confronted with a mountain of dishes (or a mountain of anything) he tends to just dive in and deal with what’s in front of him without much of a complaint. he figures that ‘it is what it is’ and groaning about it won’t make things any easier. he often accepts things for what they are and simply takes action. i’m a fairly positive person by nature, but i’m inclined to be a bit more all over the emotional landscape in comparison. during my tougher moments, my live-in zen master (husband) usually has a jewel of wisdom. below is a snippet of our conversation from the morning mentioned above: me: ugh. there is always a mountain of dishes for us in the sink, laundry piling up, and just so much to do. it’s not even 8:30am and i’m ready for bed. this is pointless. i feel so overwhelmed by the day already. live-in zen master: i know. it’s frustrating. there are a ton of dishes, and laundry, and things for both of us to do today. me: (suspicious side glance. lets out tiny huff and relaxes shoulders somewhat.) live-in zen master: but to put it into perspective – look around for a minute. at our house, our children, and the beautiful view out our window. ya know, life is pretty good and there’s a lot to be grateful for. me: yeah. you’re totally right. there is a lot to be grateful for. i need to remind myself of that more often. that morning’s conversation was a wonderful reminder for me. i realized that for the past few days i had been in a negative mindset for the most part. every time something went wrong, my mind kept gathering additional evidence to support my negative thought. it’s hard sometimes, seeing as how our brains are actually wired for a negativity bias. psychologist rick hanson describes the negativity bias in simple terms: this bias developed because the ancient mammals, primates, and early humans that were all mellow and fearless did not notice the shadow overhead or slither nearby that chomp! killed them. the ones that survived to pass on their genes were nervous and cranky, and we are their great-grandchildren, sitting atop the food chain, armed with nuclear weapons. your brain is continually looking for bad news. as soon as it finds some, it fixates on it with tunnel vision, fast-tracks it into memory storage, and then reactivates it at the least hint of anything even vaguely similar. but good news gets a kind of neural shrug: “uh, whatever.” in effect, the brain is like velcro for negative experiences but teflon for positive ones. the problem with the negativity bias is that we are no longer cavemen, but our brains haven’t quite realized that. of course there are real threats in the world and things that our biological negativity bias is useful for. the issue is that our brains are stuck in negative overdrive most of the day without us even realizing it. there are many ways to shift the brain from negative to positive. this will be a continued topic that i’ll keep exploring in future posts. right now i want to focus on one of the simplest yet powerful methods i have found to increase positivity and overall wellbeing: cultivating gratitude. it is a seemingly simple yet powerful practice.  it is so simple that i have often overlooked the practice in the past. gratitude is one of the topics that we spent the longest time exploring in my happiness art therapy group. sometimes gratitude comes completely naturally. when my children were born and placed in my arms i felt an indescribable sense of gratitude. it can also come in smaller everyday forms, such as gratitude for the cup of coffee in my hands that is warming my body and waking me up. focusing on one thing that we are grateful for begins to open our hearts – gradually shifting us from our fear based negative thinking to a love based positive state. i have found that each new thing that i express gratitude for creates an even greater ripple effect. gratitude mandalas creating gratitude mandalas takes the practice of gratitude to another beautiful level. all you need is a pen or pencil and a piece of paper. the mandalas in this post were created with white paint pens on black paper. i love the contrast of the white line work on the black paper. if you want more color, grab some colored pencils or watercolor paint and a fine brush. you can trace a circle or draw one freehand. if it helps, find the center of the circle and mark it in a way that serves as a visual centering point. next, take some deep breaths and focus on relaxing your mind and body. then, begin to write down anything that you feel gratitude for within the circle. experiment with the direction of the writing, the size of the words, and the way they flow. your gratitude words can be something on a larger scale such as ‘my family’ or something seemingly mundane such as ‘the way dust motes dance in the light.’ perhaps you can create multiple gratitude mandalas – some that focus on the broader categories, and some that celebrate all of the smaller things you feel grateful for. one of my gratitude mandalas (top of page) was created with small everyday things in mind and finding beauty in the mundane: piles of books, paint pens, podcasts, and lazy breakfasts. i wrote things down in a stream of consciousness without editing my words or overthinking them. a few days later i created another gratitude mandala (image below). instead of using words, i gratitude mandala sara roizen silently meditated on the things that i am grateful for as i began to draw. the mandala is a visual representation of the gratitude i felt that day. this is an example of creating art while holding a specific intention of gratitude. to me, this mandala looks like it is expanding outwards – which is exactly how my heart felt while i was creating it. i will share some more art therapy ideas for cultivating gratitude in future posts. in the meantime, create some of your own gratitude mandalas and feel free to share them here! explore the practice of gratitude more: gratefulness.org a beautiful and inspiring site entirely devoted to cultivating and practicing gratitude. ny times article: choose to be grateful: it will make you happier this article really resonated with me and hopefully with you too! greater good berkeley – a collection of articles about gratitude a nice listing of various articles related to gratitude. positive art therapy: art therapist janet mcleod this is janet mcleod’s art therapy site and it is full of interesting interviews with other art therapists. the 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