Painting: Learning to See in the Light 2010 by Shiloh Sophia

Can ‘Healing’ Make Us Too Tame?

Does our version of healing, tame us into submission? Is our desire for domesticity, over-riding our call to the wild? How can maintaining originality help us navigate the rough terrain of life with innovation? Is our potential for pleasure, and even bliss, being forced into the background in the name of moderation? “Learning to See…

My Teacher (this painting is astonishing)

“Paint like you have all the time in the world” ~ Sue Hoya Sellars ‘Centaur Becoming’ painted by Sue Hoya Sellars for my sister, Shannon Cinnamon McCloud This painting, to me, is astonishing. Just take a moment to pause and look at it. The expression on the horse’s face, the hills, the mist, the hands,…

Transforming the Impacts of Trauma through Storytelling and Creativity An Artist’s Perspective

MUSEA : Intentional Creativity Foundation Shiloh Sophia McCloud shilohsophia.com   | musea.org shilohsophia@musea.org 1-888-385-6866   Transforming the Impacts of Trauma through Storytelling and Creativity An Artist’s Perspective March 12, 2019 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women “Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men (and…