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Art Therapy Alliance Favicard On the Go with (Clare) Kit Keung in Singapore

“Being creative is not a hobby, it is in every day life”.

This Art Therapy Alliance Favicard photo was submitted by (Clare) Kit Keung, an Art Therapist practicing in Singapore:


About Kit and her photo:

The desire and possibility to create inspire and motivate my life goals and have given me many opportunities to reach out to people of all ages, races and abilities.

The concept of the attached photo is based on that Art is in every day life. It reflects a table setting where art tools and other daily life items are casually integrated, creating colorful and blissful energy all around.

“Clare” is my Catholic name since I was baptized in 2010. It is named after Saint Clare who lived a very simple, faithful and courageous life, which means “bright light”. Following my passion towards my faith and arts, I am committing myself to serve the Lord using the potential of arts in variety of ways.

Clare about Art is a hub for all my work as a graphic and multimedia designer and a registered art therapist (AThR), as well as a little leisured “artist” who makes arts in every day life.

My life goal is to continue to use art therapy to facilitate more fellow human beings to gain therapeutic treatments. At the same time, also to introduce the benefits of integrating creativity and arts into the lifestyle to people from all walks of life, to attain inner and outer balance.

Kit accesses the Art Therapy Alliance primarily through Facebook, to browse articles and news. Thanks to Kit for her interest and submission!


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