Expressive Art Workshop
Jungian art-therapy techniques sparked Tracy Ferron’s mid-life transformation into a community art activist. Her story began with a Big Dream, that provided archetypal symbols which Ferron amplified in art. This helped her process and heal childhood trauma. Ferron is now committed to bringing this work to the world, creating the Life on Earth Art Project, which tours large-scale installations with expressive arts therapy and social justice workshops.
Life on Earth Art is currently seeking facilitators (therapists, coaches, artists, storytellers, performers, and other leaders) to be part of our team in the future. Contact us
if you want to be considered for this transformative role.
This fun, accessible, and traditional art process works for all ages and abilities. The winged hearts can be constructed with personal papers so that stories are not only shared as we make the hearts, but are actually layered into them. Hearts can be added to the installation, displayed as permanent creations in a community center, kept by their creators, or sold as part of a fundraising event. The many simple steps of the process make it interesting, giving the makers a chance to learn and create together.