They say that art imitates life. It is a medium of expression of one's creativity. It conveys a whole lot of ideas and feelings. Art is a product of human activity that stimulates the senses and evokes different types of emotions. It is the mind's interpretation of what it perceives, and expresses it in symbols, words, drawings, music, dance, plays, etc. It comes from the mind of its creator.
If art imitates life, and an expression of human activity, then art can help us understand an individual's state of being through his works. Some artists paint on canvasses while others find satisfaction in something deeper: the art of inner healing. Artists who are knowledgeable about human development, psychological theories, clinical practice, including spiritual, multicultural and artistic traditions have discovered the healing potentials of art. Art therapy is the therapeutic use of art by people who experience a variety of challenges in life, such as stress and anxiety, emotional problems, depression, illnesses, and other health conditions. It is also for people who seek personal development and fulfillment.
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