"Healing Presence in the Waters," a stained glass mosaic piece designed by Stephanie Jackson and worked on collaboratively in therapeutic art groups at CAFA, at ArtCity's "Studio Without Walls" in downtown Eugene, and at "All-In," a conference for educating and connecting faith communities to better serve and engage people with disabilities.
This piece was included in the installation, "Windows
"Windows of Healing," displayed at the 90by30 conference, a conference dedicated to making Lane County a safe, healthy and nurturing place for children and families.
"The Wishing Well," an interactive piece of the "Windows of Healing" Installation. The public was given the opportunity to wish others well by visually expressing loving-kindness and forgiveness toward others. This was a skill practiced in the Therapeutic Mosaic Art Groups at CAFA.
Mosaic pieces created in therapeutic art groups at CAFA, including Adoptive Parent-Child, Supervised Visitation, Tween, Preschool, Parent-Child, and Anger-Management Groups.
These pieces were included in the "Windows of Healing" installation at "BEAM" in Eugene.
Many of the people who created in these groups attended the show and celebrated the healing and connection that took place in the proce
More pieces created from therapeutic art groups at CAFA displayed in the "Windows of Healing" intstallation at "BEAM."
Final touches to complete "Healing Presence in the Waters."