Like most children all over the world creating art in art class was the most exciting school activity outside of going to the playground during recess. Of course, this was a time when the art teacher would come to your class with all her goodies. Creating art became an obsession that even the teachers requested me to help create bulletin boards. From there I asked to draw an animal that matched the alphabets. Those drawing was used for the six-grade graduation. At that graduation, I was awarded most talented and even sold several of those drawing. This obsession continued to Evans Jr. high school where I became the first ninth grader to attend the Lemuel A. Penn Center; a vocational arts high school in Washington DC. That four-year experience overlapped into my years at Howard D. Woodson senior high school, and led to being accepted at the Maryland Institute College of Art then to Towson State’s study aboard in Italy and a full tuition graduate scholarship at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently I hold a Doctor of Psychology whereby my focus is on the psychological effect of art creation and the healing properties of artistic imagery.
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