The portraits of Inner Worlds are hung and enjoyed in intimate and public spaces, alone and together to inspire and represent listening, connection, self-awareness, openness to learning and inclusive community. We see ourselves. We see each other.

I love the many ways that these portraits inspire, represent, support, and remind us of who we are and who we can become - the beauty in each of us and in us together. Sometimes we see ourselves in the portraits, or maybe our friends, family or s/heroes. We can see those we serve, those we are in community with.

By being still and taking time and focused attention we can explore the layered and textured topography of our inner selves and choose to listen deeply, choose what to create moving forward. I am imagining the blossoming - inner and outer.