What We Do : ArtSpace - Therapeutic Art at Work
Building Self Confidence With Therapeutic Art
Homelessness and poverty rob people of their self respect, making it difficult for them to focus on what they can do to improve their own situation. The ArtSpace at HomeFront helps build self-esteem and seeks to improve and enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of our clients. We believe that the creative process involved in self-expression helps people resolve conflicts and problems, develop interpersonal skills, manage behavior, reduce stress, increase self-esteem and self-awareness, and achieve insight.
Our innovative therapeutic art program draws on our clients’ creativity. It promotes socialization, self-confidence and self-expression among individuals who might have low self-esteem because of poverty, homelessness or abuse. We encourage clients to tap into their creativity which often opens doors to new ways of thinking and reveals their voice.
ArtSpace works to rebuild souls through creativity,
and assist our clients on the road to self-sufficiency.
Works by ArtSpace Artists
To see more of the wonderful works being created by ArtSpace artists, please visit the ArtSpace Gallery at http://www.artspacenj.org/.
ArtSpace in the News
Empowerment Through Art
Homeless Artists Respond to Stereotypes
With grateful appreciation to our communities in Mercer County, we thank you for your generous support of ArtSpace. Your help allows us to continue our creative endeavors.
At this time the ArtSpace is in need of the following art supplies:
- Paint brushes
- Watercolor & acrylic paper
- A.C Moore or Michael’s Gift Certificates
Art Coordinator: Ruthann Traylor
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Featured Art Work
Mixed Dreams by Rachel McMullen
The Flute Player by Synette Armstrong
The Painter by Kimberly Lennon
Hat in the Wind by Kimberly Lennon