Making art is deeply personal, whether the form is finger painting or the most remote digitalised work produced through mathematically directed electronic media. Even in shared work, such as mural making or other collective pieces, the individual brings his or her unique vision to the process. The lure of creating form and colour through unbounded involvement predates history and continues into realms unimagined even a decade ago. This personal aspect, the idiosyncratic container each person brings to visual art, whether as viewer or creator, makes this Expressive Art type invaluable in the DPS repertoire.
KeywordsHomeless Woman Expressive Writing Digital Print Unique Vision Enactment Narrative
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