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Joy Braverman

Joy Braverman

West Jefferson, NC

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As a child, I was not offered crayons nor paints; yet I began painting years ago without having a clue of what OR the value of what I did. As my children were born, I began painting and stopped, began and stopped and each time, I wanted to do more yet life in all it's splendor got in the way.

I have now reached the age of ... doing what I want which includes my spirituality, helping people recover from severe emotional drama and trauma (as a Certified Forensic Hypnotist), writing and doing numerous other things that though worthy of mentioning, would take up too much space.

I call myself a Human Being, Being a Human Doing... All of the above. It describes me to a T

For the best part of my life, NOW, I want to be spending it in helping humanity AND, in the beauty I can create. I'm actually learning 'the' HOW I can create beauty in watercolor, acrylic and oils by taking lessons in each modality and seek to go well beyond.

My husband is my muse while my offspring chide me at my 'insanity' and ever-growing passion for my craft - one day, they'll inherit whatever works are on my walls and remember me for and with all my eccentricities and, that I love all - unconditionally.

As a child, I was not offered crayons nor paints; yet I began painting years ago without having a clue of what OR the value of what I did. As my children were born, I began painting and stopped, began and stopped and each time, I wanted to do more yet life in all it's splendor got in the way.

I have now reached the age of ... doing what I want which includes my spirituality, helping people recover from severe emotional drama and trauma (as a Certified Forensic Hypnotist), writing and doing numerous other things that though worthy of mentioning, would take up too much space.

I call myself a Human Being, Being a Human Doing... All of the above. It describes me to a T

For the best part of my life, NOW, I want to be spending it in helping humanity AND, in the beauty I can create. I'm actually learning 'the' HOW I can create beauty in watercolor, acrylic and oils by taking lessons in each modality and seek to go well beyond.

My husband is my muse while my offspring chide me at my 'insanity' and ever-growing passion for my craft - one day, they'll inherit whatever works are on my walls and remember me for and with all my eccentricities and, that I love all - unconditionally.